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Special Features 7 

Campus Community 23 

Athletic Arena 47 

Personalities 63 

Awards 103 

Index 119 




God wove a web of loveliness, 
Of clouds and stars and birds, 

But made not anything at all 
So beautiful as words. 

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Mary Overholser pleads with Vince Antonelli in "The Physi- 
cian In Spite Of Himself." 





Rod Schuler converses with Don Gilliland while Sean Cook 
and Sandra Bart look on in "Ten Little Indians." 




Janet Cummins and Rod Schuler star in "Little Mary 
Sunshine." 



Sandra Barnt and Vince Antonelli star in "Ten Little Indians." 



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Leadville provides 
setting for 
theatre 



Last summer, twenty-five Juco students 
participated in five weeks of summer theatre 
at Leadville, Colorado. In addition, there 
were also director Mr. Darryl Patten and 
Mrs. Patten. Mrs. Amos B. Marsh accompa- 
nied and directed the music continuity, and 
Mr. Bob Peterson, director of theatre at Kan- 
sas Newman College of Wichita, served as 
director of choregraphy . 

The players staged four productions at the 
historic Tabor House. They were: "Ten Little 
Indians," "Little Mary Sunshine," "Alice In 
Wonderland," and "The Physician In Spite 
Of Himself." 




The historic Tabor House in Leadville, Colorado provides theatrical 
setting. 




Mary Overholser, Luci Jenkins, Kandi Willson, Ramona Lowery, Cheryl Williams, and Deborah Staats tease Rod Schuler in "Ten Lit- 
tle Indians." 



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Ten Years of 



Butler County Community Junior College 
celebrated its tenth anniversary in October, 
1973. The occasion was commemorated by 
various events involving students, faculty, 
and staff. 

The members of the Board of Trustees 
hosted a reception for the members of the 
faculty and staff. The school newspaper, THE 
LANTERN, published a special 20-page edi- 
tion for the occasion. 

On the original completion, the occasion 



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pastureland. 

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campus. 

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Campus Growth 



was recognized with an address by Gover- 
nor Avery, followed by an open house to the 
public on October 2, 1966. 

Butler County Community Junior College 
was the first county college in the state of 
Kansas. Construction work on the campus 
began in February of 1966, and continued 
until the summer of 1967, at which time the 
total campus was complete. The pictures on 
these pages show the campus at different 
times during its 10-year history. 



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Students head for student union between classes. 

Heart of campus shows well from library window. 

Completed campus presents sharp outline against clear 
sky. 



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Edwina Ysidro 




Carlene Valentine 




Homecoming Personalities: Robert Brown, Edwina Ysidro, Kit Hawk, Dale Sobba, Carlene Valentine, and Rudy Jackson . 



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Homecoming Queen Kit Hawk 



Kit Hawk, a freshman from Wichita, was 
crowned 1973 Homecoming Queen dur- 
ing half-time of the Butler-Cowley Coun- 
ty football game. The queen and her at- 
tendants later reigned at a dance spon- 
sored by the Student Council . 



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ROTC Unit demonstrates precision in marching performance. 



ROTC Program 
Initiated At Butler 



Captains Michael Linn and Michael Brown 
became familiar personalities on campus 
during the past year as they initiated the 
ROTC course in cooperation with the pro- 
gram at Wichita State University. Both men 
are assistant professors of military science as 
Wichita's only ally. 

Students — men or women — enrolled 
in the ROTC course receive credit that trans- 
fers to any university offering the program. 
They are also eligible to receive scholarships 
and other financial aids during their last two 
years of college. 

Classroom activities are held on campus. 
Students spend one Saturday a month at 
Wichita for a leadership laboratory test. The 
course is designed to provide training in 
management and leadership and leads to a 
commission as 2nd Lieutenant. 




Captain Michael W. Linn 



Captain Michael S. Brown 





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Captain Linn directs classroom activity. 



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Joyce Thompson, Sara Cummins, Judy Strain, and Don Tobu- 
ren, Clyde Hiebert, and Gayle Krause, concentrate on favority 
specialities. 




President's Christmas 
Party 



President and Mrs. Walbourn hosted their an- 
nual Christmas reception for the faculty and staff 
just before the end of the first semester. The cafe- 
teria, decorated for the festive season, provided 
an appropriate setting, and the holiday spirit 
dominated the occasion. 




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Fun, fellowship and food provide a joyous evening. 




Attractive decor and tasty delicacies invite staff members to buffet table. 



Special Features 15 



'The Crucible' 



On November 8, 9, and 10 BCCJC actors per- 
formed and worked behind the scenes in the the- 
atre department's fall presentation, "The Cruci- 
ble." Darryl Patten, aided by Greg Fox, assistant 
director, produced this socially significant drama 
by Arthur Miller. Set in the sixteenth century in 
Salem, Massachusetts, "The Crucible" is the story 
of how untruths and ignorance eventually destroy 
the lives of thirty-nine men and women reputedly 
possessed by the Devil. 





Young girls (K. Watts, K. Willson, K. Brickley, and M. Thompson) Two staunch women of Salem (B. Lamb and C. Kelly) are ac-j 
pretending to be possessed, cause the tragedy of Salem. cused of practicing witchcraft. 



John Oliver as the Rev. Hale exercises the Devil as he pleads with Jenise Hudson as Tituba. 




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A tense scene occurs in the courtroom during the Salem witchcraft trials: Rex McVey, Francis Nurse; Ed Swift, Giles Cory: Karen 
Watts, Mary Warren; Don Gilliland, John Proctor; Sterling Johnson, Rev. Samuel Parris; Jim Cobb, Deputy Governor Danforth; 
Kandi Willson, Abigail Williams; Dan Ross, Judge Hathorne; John Oliver, Rev. Hale; Melinda Thompson, Mercy Lewis; and Kay 
Brickley, Susanna Wollcott. 








Mitzi Mossman as Ann Putnam: "They saw her fly over IngersolPs 
barn"; Leah January as Betty Parris. Looking on are John Reinhart 
as Thomas Putnam and Sterling Johnson as Rev. Samuel Parris. 



Don Gilliland as John Proctor: "You'll not take my wife," 
Charlene Kelly as Elizabeth Proctor. 



Special Features 17 





Mrs. Francis Hall presents to Mr. Chism and Mr. Havel the first 
Hall Memorial Scholarship for a college student. Charlotte 
Mason was the recipient. 



Fine arts gallery provides setting for art exhibits by students, 
faculty, community, and guest artists. 





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Gail Braman, 81, El Dorado, has been a special art student in Mr. Havel's painting classes this year, fulfilling a life-long ambition. The 
first formal art courses she has ever had have given her a chance to learn the techniques and to improve her skill in creating paitings 
in oil. Her enthusiasm and success have been an inspiration to many in the art department. 



18 Special Features 




Collegiate Singers, Front Row: Pam Hyle, Debbie Staats, Daytha Ball, Bill ie Waggy, Kandi Willson, Marcia Murphy, and Beth Lamb. 
— Back Row: Tim Engels, Rex McVey, Phil Ashley, Steve Simpson, Ed Swift. 




Collegiate Singers emphasize rhythm in concert. 



Fine Arts 

The music and art depart- 
ments offer many opportuni- 
ties to the community for both 
participation and entertain- 
ment. Concerts, gallery shows, 
and club programs receive 
many commendations. Darryl 
F. Patten directed the Butler 
Chorus and Community Cho- 
rale in a special concert during 
the spring semester. 

Art courses attract the inter- 
ests of all ages; each student 
can experiment with his cho- 
sen medium and explore other 
methods of artistic communi- 
cation. 



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Special Interests Create 
Variety of Activities 





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Molly Mann calms her pet rats. 




Don Gilliland, anticipates a career related to the theatre, stud- 
ies facial features to create a new stage character. 



At homecoming open house Mrs. Choens welcomes guests to 
learning laboratory. 



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Booster club watermelon feed delights Bill Filener, Brent Nearhood, and Kevin Hays. 




Dormitory stunts provide entertainment for fall get-acquainted event. 



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Parties: 



include people and rhythm, bands and voices, joy and togetherness. 



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Words are like leaves, some wither every year, 
And every year a younger race succee^^ 

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Student Counci 



The student council is the governing body that 
represents the student body regarding the poli- 
cies of the activities program. The council consist- 
ed of three representatives from each class and 
one from each club, and the council sponsor, 
Miss Judy Strain. The council was very active in 
extra curricular activities. As usual, it sponsored 
the homecoming festivities. Pictured at right are 
President Walbourn and Carol Day-Nettleton 
greeting Queen Kit Hawk. For the first time on 
campus, students could view films on the video- 
tape unit in the Union. Also, for the first time, 
students became members of college commit- 
tees. The council included in its program after- 
game dances and the Red Cross blood drive. 




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Student Council, Front Row: Grant Vance, president; Dania Fritzler, secretary; Mike Kling, chairperson of student promotions; 
Carlene Valentine, chairperson of student affairs; Second Row: Gary Shaffer, Don Gilliland, Mary Erdwien, Debbie Duncan, Ed 
Scott, Jan Denny, Sharon Fullinwider; Third Row: Richard Burton, Curt Baltzley, Jim Cobb, Janice Neill, Audrey Long, Judy Strain, 
Sponsor; Jenise Hudson. 



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DECA Officers: Tom Inkanish, Stuco representative; Patty Burger, secretary; Sam 
Buston, parliamentarian; Kristy Williams, treasurer, Craig Clark, president; Debbie 
Hite, reporter; Mike Fagg, state president of DECA; Dania Fritzler, project chairman; 
Maria Rutschman, assistant secretary; Charlie Shepherd, vice president. 



DECA 



The Distributive Education 
Clubs of America, otherwise 
known as DECA, are specifical- 
ly designed for students en- 
rolled in distributive educa- 
tion. This is a program of in- 
struction which teaches man- 
agement and merchandising. 
The BCCJC club attended a fall 
leadership conference and 
raised money by selling candy. 
This money was used to send 
members to the state contest in 
Topeka and to sponsor an em- 
ployer-employee reception 
dinner. Mr. Herman Ogg 
served as the club's sponsor. 




DECA: Steve Pringle, Brett Scott, Mack Weber, Jenise Hudson, Buster Kohls, Debbie Hite, Tom Inkanish, Maria Rutschman, Lucy 
Britton, Steve French, Dania Fritzler, Craig Duryea, Kristy Williams, Mike Fagg, Rich Hays, Keith Albrecht, Beryl Artz, Randy Hall, 
Charlie Shepherd, Craig Clark, Patty Burger, Sam Buxton. 



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Students gather informally for a weekly gathering of the Campus Crusade for Christ. 



Campus Crusade for Christ Office Education Club 



The Campus Crusade for Christ (CCC) is a 
loosely structured interdenominational organiza- 
tion open to any student or faculty member. It 
attempts to provide a basic understanding of 
Christian living and of the Bible, with discussions, 
guest speakers, song fests, and religious services. 
Members share additional fellowship through 
dinners, parties, and other recreational activities. 



The Office Education Club prepared students 
to enter the business world. The club programs 
included guest speakers who talked about their 
specific businesses and about qualifications of 
secretaries. The club sponsored money-making 
projects to provide for a gift to the Swift scholar- 
ship fund, for a planned trip to a job fair, and for 
attending the state spring contest. 



Office Education Club, Front Row: Ramona Mcintosh, president; Joni Frakes, vice president; Cathy Reed, secretary; Leann Hoyt, 
treasurer; Sharon Fullinwider, Stuco Rep.; Row Two: Lanette Martindale, Gail Tennyson, Jacqueline Notz, Cynda Parsons, Christine 
Olson, Cheryl Van Cleave, Leslie Henn; Row Three: Lisa Satterthwaite, Kathy Duncan, Kathy Lucas, Mary Sears, Sandra Liggett, 
Donna Fawbush, and Mr. Seager, sponsor. 





Ecology Club 



The Ecology Club is open to 
students and faculty members 
interested in environmental 
problems. Members contribut- 
ed to the Swift scholarship fund 
and voted to purchase trees for 
beautifying the campus. The 
club also made plans for satel- 
lite ecology clubs in neighbor- 
ing high schools. Meetings fea- 
tured ecology films and guest 
speakers. 



Students buy goodies at the Ecology Club's bake sale. 




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Ecology Club, Front Row: Kent Doll, president; Patti Schmidt, secretary; Cheryl Van Cleave, treasurer; Mrs. Brandner, sponsor; 
Row Two: Elaine Sommerhauser, Dixie Grier, Lila Rohr, Debra Sibley, Leann Hoyt, Miriam Baber; Row Three: Mr. Theis, sponsor; 
David Fraser, Raymond Meritt, Virgil Moralez, Barbara Knieling, Jan Taylor, Edward Scott, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Hiebert; Row Four: Den- 
nis Hile, Jess Plummer, Raymond Mcintosh, Mark Gale, Stan Cox, Reid Dennis, Ron Downing, and Joe Weller. 

Campus Community 27 




Steve Mcintosh, KEYN news director, speaks at the journalism banquet while Bill Bidwell and John Reinhart listen. 








Sharon Mason pores over her women's news story. 



Grant Vance pauses a moment to think. 



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"The Lantern" 



"The Lantern" is the student 
newspaper published weekly at 
BCCJC. Editors John Reinhart 
and Jim Cobb, assisted by an 
efficient staff and advised by 
Bill Bidwell, reported the news, 
critiqued plays, books, and 
records, and recorded and 
photographed the campus 
events of the year. Twenty-one 
staff members were honored at 
the fifth annual journalism 
banquet held in December. 



Bill Bidwell, advisor, and John Reinhart, first semester editor-in-chief, discuss some copy 
for "The Lantern." 




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Tim Browning, Doris Knott, and Dave Sooter, staff members, and Joe Moreland, business manager, work diligently on a weekly Lan- 
tern assignment. 

Campus Community 29 



Nursing 
Department 
Increases Staff 



Strenuous study and hard 
work enabled the nursing stu- 
dents to perform well in spite 
of many miles of commuting to 
hospital facilities in Newton 
and Wichita, as well as in El 
Dorado. 

The addition of two staff 
members, Janet Bahr and Mi- 
chael Goodwin, enhanced the 
offering of the department. 
Students received clinical in- 
struction from surgeons, 
learned laboratory procedures 
from leading technicians, and 
acquired specialized help in 
practical medicine from expe- 
rienced members in the medi- 
cal field. 




Mike Goodwin, instructor, and student 
Sandy Luscombe aid patient Mrs. 
Shupp. 

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ABOVE: Students Karen Johnson and Mike Evans hear Robert McGinnis, laboratory 
director. BELOW: Craig Gibson, student, and Mr. Goodwin, instructor, give patient 
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Second Year Class: Front Row: Kathy Beeton, Karen Johnson, Judy Ross, Sandra Luscombe, Sue McDonald; Back Row: Vickie Boll- 
man, Fairie Merwin, Craig Gibson, Michael Evans, and Mike Goodwin, Instructor. 




First Year Students, Front Row: Shirley Jones, Shirley Hughey, Debra Lane, Beth Lamb, Shirley Knoll, Pamela Hyle; Middle Row: 
Susan Henschen, Mary Favreau, Melanie Drouillard, Claire Zlab, Yvonne Waggoner, Marsha Hendrickson; Back Row: D. A. An- 
drews, Sherrill Jackson, Colleen Fry, Larry Koch, Howard Uhlhorn, Alan Kelley, and Janet Bahr, Instructor. 



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Cast, Back Row: Pam Vance as Conchita; Bill ie Waggy, Lupita; Tim Sidebottom and Sterling Johnson as Popo; Don Gilliland, Jose; 
Pat Mahafry, Albert; Karen Watts, Ana Maria; Front Row: Rex McVey, Renaldo; Debbie Staats, Pedro; John Oliver, Marcos. 

The Tiniest Town in Mexico 



On February 1 the Junior College Theatre 
opened a fourteen-performance run of the musi- 
cal play, "The Tiniest Town in Mexico." The play 
was written for young people by David Novak 
with music by Edward Herzog. 

Approximately 1200 El Dorado grade school 



children saw the play in special morning and af- 
ternoon showings on campus. Six performances 
were also presented at the Wichita Children's 
Theater where the college players appeared for 
their fourth annual presentation. Additional 
showings were made in Augusta. 



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& COULEGIftTE 





Collegiate 
4-HClub 



The 4-H Club maintained an active program 
despite a smaller membership. Members spent 
one day at the State Fair food booth. They also 
sent materials to Greenwood County for leader- 
ship training. They also gave twenty-five dollars to 
the George Swift Memorial Fund. Pictured above, 
Mitzi Mossman and Karmy Olson make a sign for 
the food booth. At left, members of the club pose 
in front of booth at the fair. 



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Lucas. 




Steve Litchfield adjusts lathe for machine work. 




Industrial Education 
Courses Provide Job Training 



Courses in the industrial education department 
train people to seek immediate employment in 
the industrial field, to upgrade their job skills, to 
become independent in their particular activity, 
or to qualify for new employment. Those persons 
who so desire may also apply the training to a re- 
lated baccalaureate degree program. 







Burgess Heyward and Steve Ford replace motor parts. 



Alan Robertson and Melvin Hain operate milling machine. 



Debbie Hahn reaches for carburetor. 



Ed Fitzpatrick works on electronic control circuit. 






Jack Drake and Steve Litchfield plan a drafting project. 





Melvin Hain sands auto body for a new paint job. 




Gary Harder runs shaper in machine shop. 



Terry Kessler completes a tig welding job. 






Yearbook Staff 



The 1974 yearbook staff wishes to thank all 
persons who contributed in any way to this 
year's publication. The first semester class 
planned the book and completed the major 
portion of the copy. Second semester stu- 
dents assisted in meeting the final deadline. 
They also planned the supplement of spring 
activities. 





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Tim Browning writes some copy for the yearbook. 

Bob Hill, Tim Browning, and Jan 
Wimbly, members of the spring 
semester class, work to complete 
the yearbook. 



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Bob Hill scans a previous copy of "The Grizzly" while planning a 
page layout. 





Terry Huffman, Tim Pouncey, Paula Engle, Miss Kuhlmann, 
and Mary Erdwien prepare "mug" shots. (Not pictured, Don 
Henry). 




Gary Crowl, photographer, arranges Scrabble letters for divi- 
sion page photo. 









Terry Huffman and Mary Erdwien assume responsibility of completing yearbook copy. 











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Dormitory Students 

Living in a college dormitory is a challenging 
experience. A dorm fills the gap from the 
home environment to living away from home. 
This year's students seem to manage well. Mrs. 
Moriarty, dorm housemother, said that stu- 
dents had neater and more decorative rooms 
than last year. She added that they were more 
cooperative too. 





Women residents gather to chat . 



Visitor is warmly welcomed. 





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Students prepare to study. 



Lounge provides center for relaxation 



40 Organizations 




First Floor: Kit Hawk, Brenda Baumann, Vicki Coffel, Gloria 
McLean, Linda Spencer, Debra Ryan, Joyce Anderson, Jean- 
nine Hinther, Jennie Watt, Mary Voegeli, Junetta French, 
Deborah Stricklen, Vennessa Ford, Pamela Hyle, Cindy Powell, 
Tasha McAbee, Debra Durbin, Dixie Grier, Vicky Avers, Elaine 
Sommerhauser, Janice Neill, Dona Lawless, Anita Dunlap. 



Second Floor:Debbie Sinnes, Loretta Schiffelbein, Jan Wim- 
bley, Martha Voth, Sheryl Shouse, Mary Gladowski, Jacqueline 
Mar, Darylene France, Lisa Hershberger, Carol Steeby, Audrey 
Long, Debbie Freeman, Sylvia Liston, Rebecca Langley, Cyn- 
thia Liston, Karla McHam, Cathy Hubbard, Rhonda Korte, Su- 
san Flemming, Marcia Murphy, Barbara Kneiling, Gail 
Uhlenhop. 



First Floor: Mike Blodgett, Herchel Crainer, Gregg Little, Joe 
Ayers, David Bowen, Sterling Johnson, David Reising, Bill 
Humphrey, Arthur Stirnaman, Mark Uhland, Calvin Apple- 
gate, Edward Swift, Richard Carr, Warren Moore, Barney Hill, 
Mark Lemasters, Thomas Angulo, Rodger Dickey, Steven 
Simpson, William Fry, Thomas Payne. 




Second Floor: Jerry Fambo, Tom Skinner, Glenn Lawless, 
Charles Ayers, Michael Hemburger, Robert Goin, Ray Ibarra, 
Kevin Compton, Leland Alexander, Greg May, Douglas Weav- 
er, Robert Mathieson, Bradford Lehner, Allen Paul, Monte 
Cook, Marte Cook, Frederick Frankie, William Meysing. 




Campus Community 41 



Behind the Scenes 



Many activities take place in an institution that are often so rou- 
tine that they receive little recognition, but the events are still essen- 
tial to the ongoing success of our campus community. 





Butch, who adopted the campus as his 
home, is a friend to all on campus as 
long as classes are in session. But when 
the last car leaves at night, he assumes 
the role of assistant patrolman and 
alerts the security guard of any intrud- 
ers. His friends put him behind the 
camera to be properly "mugged." 



Mitzi Mossman and Mrs. Longfellow use yards of goods and spend hours of time 
fashioning play costumes. 

Judy Ross has chin spotlighted for ID photo during enrollment procedures. 

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Backstage crews handle ropes and scenery. David Jessup tightens a rope while Gayla Bonnell lends a hand . 






Mr. Webb plans for class session, and 
Mrs. Waltman, checks library materials. 
Above, Left: Mrs. Brandner assists a 
student in enrollment line. Left: Cathy 
Hubbard waits for next student to ap- 
ply for ID picture. 



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Classroom Activities 
Encourage Learning 





Amir Mortazavi, Razar Vazirian, and Koichi Furusawa practice 
reading English in learning lab. 



Carol Steeby and Kathy McCoy learn lab techniques. 




Mr. Erickson's accounting class busily records lecture information. 



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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS share with coeds in a current discussion, Pictured are: Hagh Yazdanpanah (Zee), Cheryl (Williams) 
Yazdanpanah, German Paolini, Reza Vazirian, Karen Bonnell. 




Listening experiences in the learning laboratory provide rapid acquaintance with 
English for Amir Mortazavi, Reza Vazirian, and Koichi Furusawa. 



International 
Students 



Under the direction of Mr. 
Bill Trent the international stu- 
dents organized a club for the 
purpose of promoting under- 
standing among people of the 
world at any level of comuni- 
ty interest. Six students attend- 
ed the state foreign student 
conference in Emporia, and 
several students have shared 
their personal experiences as 
guests in various homes in the 
county. 

Officers of the club elected 
in January are Hugo Moreira, 
president; Zee Yazdanpanah, 
vice president; and German 
Paolini, secretary-treasurer. 



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Art Club — 1st Row: Charlotte Mason, Pres.; Gayla Bonnell, Vice Pres.; Greg Lacy, sec.-treas.; Dan Ross, Stuco representative; 2nd 
Sem. President was Gayla Bonell. 2nd Row: Gail Parker, Janet Miller, Loretta Schiffelbein, Karen Bonnell, Miriam Baber. 3rd Row: 
Debra Sinnes, Mr. Chism, Helen Forbes, Mr. Havel, Reza Vazirian, Glen Nichols, Patricia Sanders. 



Art Club 



Members of the art department maintain a club 
in order to provide opportunities for implement- 
ing art tours, special exhibits, and guest lectures. 





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Loretta Scheffelbein sketches campus scene. 



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Cheerleaders 



Perhaps the busiest people on campus are the 
cheerleaders, who attend the athletic events of all 
major sports, seek ways of creating enthusiastic 
support among the student body and community 
fans, and uphold the fighting spirit of any team, 
regardless of its win-loss record. This year's cheer- 
leaders have been most faithful in their perform- 
ance and thus deserve credit for a job well done. 




CHEERLEADERS: Carlene Valentine, Pam Banister, Debra Martin, Vicki Claassen, Marcia Murphy, and Molly Mann pause for pho- 
tographer's art. 



48 Athletic Arena 




Drill Team: Billie Waggy, Cindy Hill, Lisa Evans, Debbie Staats, Barbara Lowden, Cynda Parsons, Susie Thornton, Debbie Freeman, 
Leah Brison, Robin Olmstead, Theresa Hays, Brenda Bauman, Cindy Powell, Sherry Clements, Joni Blanding, Debbie Durbin. 




Santa winds up a "tin soldier." 




Honey Bears appear in one of many performances. 



Honeybears 



The women's drill team added beauty, color, 
precision, humor, and rhythm to many athletic 
events. It also performed at many community 
functions as well as parades and other festivities in 
and away from Butler County. 



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Steve Glaze finished seventh in home 
meet and was seventh team member 
for the 192nd place at Nationals. 




Co-Captains: Perry Pittman, 6th at 
home, sixth for 188th place at Nation- 
als; Dave Copp, 5th at home, 5th for 
180th at Nationals. 




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Rod Brown finished fourth at home, 
fourth team member for 166th place at 
Nationals. 



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Mark Ewing and Mark Malone move into position for six and thirteenth positions at Allen County Invitational Meet. Ewing was sec- 
ond and Malone third Butler runners to place 152nd and 153rd at Nationals. 

50 Athletic Scene 



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Front: Coach Ollie Isom, Mark Malone, Julius Stewart, Steve Glaze, Perry Pittman, Rod Brown, Dave Copp; Second Row: Dan din- 
ger, Kevin Hays, Gary Wartick, Brent Coffman, Rob Goin, Mark Ewing, Frank Thorne. 




Cross Country 1973 



Although the cross country team did not domi- 
nate as past Butler teams had done, it neverthe- 
less had a respectable season with four first 
places, five second places including second place 
for Region VI. Seven members attended the Na- 
tional Junior College Athletic Association meet in 
Tallahassee Florida, where they placed twenty- 
third. Brent Coffman was the alternate at the Na- 
tionals and photographed the meet. Coach Isom 
commended the team for their improvement and 
reported that the time comparisons with those of 
previous teams indicated that they were equally 
as strong as other teams have been . 



Stewart moves into contention at National to place 59th, after 
winning Regional. 



Athletic Scene 51 




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Football 



Squad Candidates: G. Jacobs, S. Davis, G. Norflee, R. Carmack, C. Squires, G. Voegeli, M. 
Werner, B. Strunck, A. Stirnamen, G. Markley, T. Payne, G. Jacobs, B. Heyward, C. Chisolm, 
Trainer P. Greco, J. Clifton, B. Hentzen, L. Bridgeforth, C. Manning, R. Jones, D. Mathews, P. 
Mitchell, B. Pennington, S. Taylor, R. Towles, M. Erpelding, G. Crowl, M. Haines, R. Grove C. 




Captains: Chris Squires, Rick Grove, George Voegeli, Greg Norflee. 



Coach Remsberg signals to decline 
penalty. 








Grizzly receiver makes key reception. 
52 Sports Arena 



Tough defense stops runner cold. 




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Reid, Manager McDermott, Manager M. Blodgett, Coach Remsberg, B. Humphrey, ). Meyer, 
i R. Hansen, D. Hall, D. Moss, R. Hamilton, L. Ek, C. Applegate, R. Beeler, L. Gourley, ). Houser, 
C. Knight, W. Hines, R. Hummell, J. Ayers, Coach Schottel. 



1973 




Coaches And Staff, Front Row: Mike Blodgett, Steve McDermott, Phil Greco; Back Coach Schottel shouts instructions to play- 
Row: Coach Schottel, Coach Remsberg. ers on field. 







Voegeli gets off another fine punt. 



Sports Arena 53 



Grizzlies Finish 
Season With a 

1-9-1 Tally 

When one looks back on the 1973-74 football 
season, the first impression is that of failure. 
However a team does not have to have a winning 
season to be successful. Many people gain valu- 
able experience which can help mold them into 
good citizens in our society by learning that win- 
ning is not the only thing. Next season the pros- 
pects for a good football team at Butler County 
look favorable. 

1973-74 Football Schedule 



BCCJC 


16 


Fairbury 


6 


BCCJC 


22 


Haskell 


8 


BCCJC 





Fort Scott 


30 


BCCJC 


6 


Dodge City 


24 


BCCJC 


20 


Coffeyville 


20 


BCCJC 


14 


Cowley Co. 


35 


BCCJC 


22 


Highland 


15 


BCCJC 


5 


Independence 


24 


BCCJC 





Garden City 


50 


BCCJC 


9 


Hutchinson 


29 


BCCJC 


6 


Pratt 


19 



1973 Second Team Grizzly All-Stars 

The 1973 Jayhawk Junior College Conference 
Second Team honored Seven Grizzlies and gave 

one honorable mention from Butler County. 



Rick Grove 
Walter Hines 
Greg Norflee 
Chris Squires 
Mike Werner 
Charles Chisolm 
George Voegeli 
Honorable Mention: 
Glenn Jacobs 



Linebacker 

Defensive back 

Tight end 

Tackle 

Center 

Back 

Punter 

End 




Grizzlies move in fast to stop long gain. 










Rusty Hamilton throws for a long bomb. 




Grizzly player throws Independence for a loss. 




Butler player makes key tackle to prevent score. 




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Grizzly defense stops opposition for no gain . 






C. Chisolm 




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D. Mathews 



W.Hines 




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G. Jacobs 




J. Bortnick 



G. Markley 



G. Norflee 




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S. Davis 



1973 Grizzly 



P. Mitchell 





R. Grove 



B. Heyward 



C. Squires 



M. Werner 






Returning 
Lettermen 












S.Taylor 





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G. Voegeli 



A. Stirnaman 



C. Manning 



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Ronnie Thompson 




Wallace Logan 



Basketba 
1973-74 



The Grizzlies had five return- 
ing sophomores for the 1973- 
1974 season. The team showed 
early potential under Coach 
Shipley. 





Rod Hampton 




Dave McClanathan 



Greg Johnson 



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Basketball Squad — Top Row: Coach Gene Arnold, Greg Norflee, Dave McClanathan, Jim Toevs, Greg Johnson, Rod Hampton, Bob 
Bachman, Robert Nash, Wallace Logan, Coach Curt Shipley; Bottom Row: Phil Shoffstal, Steve Luper, Mark Diskin, Willie Richard, 
Ron Thompson, Ron Parker, Keith Salmans, trainer. 





Grizzly head, Coach Shipley, and assistant, Coach Arnold, signal players to set 
up offense. 



Thompson drives the base line. 





Grizzlies go high after loose bal 



Ronnie Thompson gets set to drive for the basket. 




Above: Greg Johnson drives for two. At Right: Wallace Logan 
lays in an easy basket. 



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Thompson puts up a long one despite close 
guarding by Kansas City Player. 



Grizzlies commit costly turnover against Kansas City. 





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At left, Wallace Logan blocks shot with a great effort. Above, 
Logan passes off under the basket. 



Basketball Season Record 



BCCJC 


Opponents 


BCCJC 




Opponents 


54 


Kansas City, KS. 




57 


71 


Seward County 


73 




Coffeyville Tournament 


?nt 




57 


St. John's 


81 


60 


Coffeyville 




59 


64 


KU Junior Varsity 


83 


52 


Independence 




85 


58 


Barton County 


57 


78 


Fort Scott 




59 


72 


Pratt 


82 




Butler County Classic 


k 




78 


Dodge City 


67 


86 


Northern Oklahoma 




69 


66 


Cowley County 


68 


70 


St. John's 




71 


77 


Garden City 


82 


67 


Dodge City 




82 


80 


Neosho County 


92 


81 


Hesston 




88 


74 


Hutchinson 


90 


71 


Garden City 




87 


65 


Pratt 


76 


55 


Neosho County 




63 


75 


Cloud County 


80 


66 


Coffeyville 




84 


65 


Seward County 


61 


51 


Colby 




75 


65 


Cowley County 


51 


72 


Hutchinson 




91 


57 


Barton County 


67 




Golf 



The Grizzly golf team partici- 
pated in a number of matches 
and tournaments during the 
fall season. The golfers placed 
second in the Jayhawk Junior 
College Conference at Great 
Bend. More golf matches and 
tournaments are planned for 
the spring semester. 



Gold Team: Pro Jack Loban, Chuck Enns, Dave Taylor, Herchel Crainer, Barry Cross, 

Ron Parker. 



60 Athletic Arena 




Cowley County defeats Butler County volleyball team in October match. 




Women's 
Sports 



Women interested in inter- 
scholastic athletic competion 
have had opportunities for par- 
ticipating in four sports during 
the past year. Volley ball and 
bowling contests were held 
during the fall semester. Tennis 
and track events were sched- 
uled for the spring semester 
activities. 

In addition to the above 
named sports, intramural com- 
petition has been available in a 
variety of games. A series of 
play nights during the second 
semester also offered fun for all 
interested participants. 



Nikke Watkins hopes for a strike in practice session. 



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the Beginning of Team Work 




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E.F.ADAMS 
Chairman 

JAMES D.HITTLE 

EDWARD R.JONES 



G. E. KASSEBAUM 
W.PATRICK RUSSELL 
RALPH W. UNGER 



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President Walbourn 

And 
Board of Trustees 



President Edwin J. Walbourn and the six mem- 
bers of the Board of Trustees of Butler County 
Junior College are the policy makers of the 
school. They also insure that the college operates 
smoothly. Two new members of the board, W. 
Patrick Russell and Ralph W. Under, are the first 
graduates of the college to serve on the board of 
trustees. 

The board hosted a reception for the faculty 



and staff members in October as a part of the 
observation of the tenth anniversary of the col- 
lege at its present location. The board also au- 
thorized a new program in Building Trades and 
the continuance of the summer theatre project. 
To maintain enrollment, it granted in-county 
scholarships and voted to continue a full college 
program, despite budget cuts. 



64 Personalities 






President Edwin J. Walbourn 



Personalities 65 



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WILLIAMC. CUMMINS 
Dean of Student Services 




MARILYN M. METTLER 

Director of Nursing Education 




CHARLES H.HARRIS 

Business Manager 




RONALD D.WILSON 

Dean of Instructional Services 



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LEONARD]. MCKINNEY 
Registrar 




GLENN K. LEIMER 
Coordinator of Custodial and 
Maintenance Services 



Administrative 
Staff 



The administrators faced a budget 
problem this year because of re- 
duced state funds last spring. But a 
state regulated increase in tuition 
from $5.00 to $7.00 per credit hour, 
some unexpected funds, faculty res- 
ignations, and slightly larger class 
sizes enabled them to maintain a 
high academic standard. 




Dean Cummins advises a student. 



66 Personalities 




Instructional 
Staff 



Butler County Community 
Junior College has fifty-five in- 
structors who teach a wide 
variety of courses, serve as 
student advisors, act as club 
sponsors, and help develop 
good relationships between 
students and faculty. 



Coach Remsberg assists a student in final enrollment. 




FELIX E. ADAMS, JR. 

Social Science 
JOHN R. ANDERSON 

Automotive Technology 
ROBERT D. ANDERSON 

Music 
BURL T. ARBOGAST 

Electronics-Electricity Technology 



GENE R. ARNOLD 

Industrial Arts, Physical Education 
JANET E. BAHR 

Nursing 
WILLIAM G. BIDWELL 

Journalism 
PATRICIA A. BRANDNER 

Mathematics 



LOREN J. BRINKMEYER 

Data Processing 
ROBERT H. CH1SM 

Art, Division Chairman 
JOY K. CHOENS 

Programmed Learning 
HOWARD CLEMENTS 

Office Education, Social Science, 

Division Chairman 



MARTHA N. DOTY 

English, Speech 
ROLAND H. ENSZ 

Social Science 
DARREL L. ERIKSON 

Business 
CHARLES C. FULLER 

Biological Science 



Personalities 67 



Instructional 
Staff 




Coach Isom and Mr. Kohls take a break from hectic enrollment lines. 




ARDEN N. GOOD 

Auto Body 
MARY JO GRANT 

English 
RICHARD L. GREGORY 

Mathematics, Physical Science 
LYNN B. HAVEL 

Art 



GERALD |. HERTEL 

Technical Mathematics, Data Processing 
CLYDE HIEBERT 

Physical Science 
OLIVER W. ISOM 

Social Science, Division Chairman; Athlet- 
ics 
EVERETT E. KOHLS 

Social Science, Admissions Counselor 



GAYLE A. KRAUSE 

Mathematics, Division Chairman 
HERBERT J. KRELLER 

Social Science 
BLENDA KUHLMANN 

English 
JOHN K. LAY, JR. 

Social Science 



DAVID K. LONGFELLOW 

English 
SHIRLEY L. LONGFELLOW 

Office Education 
JEANETTE A. MALONE 

Physical Education 
DONALD L. MANGELS 

Automotive Technology, Division Chair- 
man 



68 Personalities 



PATRICIA A. MANLEY 

Speech, Debate 
DENNIS R. MARTENS 

Machine Technology 
JIMMIEG. MAYFIELD 

Welding 
ELMOL. NASH 

Mathematics 



HERMAN R. OGG 

Marketing Technology 
JAMES M.OHL 

Drafting Technology, Communications. 
DARRYL F. PATTEN 

Music, Theatre 
WILFRED L.PETTUS 

Physical Science 

BETTY P. PROHODSKY 

English 
DALEF.REMSBERG 

Physical Education, Div. Chairman; 

Athletics 
IVANE.SCHOTTEL 

Athletic Director, Physical 

Education, Athletics 
RONALD L.SEAGER 

Office Education 




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CURTIS N.SHIPLEY 

Physical Education, Athletics 
JUDITH STRAIN 

Psychology, Counseling 
GEORGE E.SWIFT 

Business, Division Chairman 
PHILLIPH.THEIS 

Biological Science 



DONL.TOBUREN 

English, Division Chairman 
MERLE D.TOEWS 

Auto Mechanics 
LEONA E. WATKINS-HAINES 

Social Science 
FRED E.WEBB 

Related Technical 



ANITA K. WHITSON 

Nursing 
THEODORE W. WISCHROPP 

Foreign Language 
MICHAEL H.GOODWIN 

Nursing 
LEOTA ANDERSON 

English 




VICTORIA DAILY 

Accounting, Economics 



Personalities 69 




VICTOR E. BLAND 

Counseling and Placement 
SARA CUMMINGS 

Bookstore Manager 
ROSEMARY E. KELLY 

Library Assistant 
NITA MORIARTY 

Dormitory Housemother 



HUGH E. RICHARDSON 

Librarian, Audio Visual 
MARIAN R. ROWE 

Librarian 
BILL TRENT 

Guidance Counselor 
MARIE WALTMAN 

Library Assistant 



Campus Staff 



The campus staff hold positions that are 
important to every student. The housemother 
aids dormitory residents while the librarians and 
their assistants are most helpful to all students 



seeking information from library materials. Stu- 
dents needing vocational guidance or 
employment can find answers to their questions 
in the counseling center. An occupational library 
is also available to students wishing to obtain in- 
formation for their choice of a four-year college 
or university. 




70 Personalities 



Gail Parry visits Mr. Trent for her freshman counseling appointment. 




Secretarial Staff 



Trained clerical personnel perform 
essential services in various administrative 
offices. The secretaries also have duties 
which range from processing parking 
violations to directing campus visitors. The 
operation of the college would not function 
properly without the help of the efficient 
secretarial staff. 



Mrs. Fritzler answers a question from Grant Vance. 



JOYCE M. BIGGS 

Machines Operator 
CAROLYN L. BUCKNER 

Secretary, Registrar's office 
BARBARA J. COONROD 

Secretary, Dean Wilson 






VIRGINIA L. FRITZLER 
Receptionist, PBX operator 

MARCIA A. HOLLADAY 
Secretary, Registrar's Office 

ETHYL D. LANGE 
Secretary, President Walbourn 



PAT R. PLACE 

Secretary, Dean Cummins 
DOROTHY L. SHAW 

Financial Secretary, Business Office 
ANNA B. STAATS 

Secretary, Nursing Office 











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MARY LOUISE STEBBINS 
Secretary, Counseling Center 

JOYCE M. THOMPSON 

Data Proc. Programmer, Teach. Ass't. 







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]OHN R. CLEVELAND 
Security officer 

DUANE W. DAUBER 
Mechanic, plumber 



SUSAN I. HALL 
Custodian 

A. DWIGHT MARCUM 
Carpenter, painter 



HENRY E. MINNICK 
Custodian 

ROY L. SEYMOUR 
Custodial supervisor 



HERMAN TISCH 
Custodian 

DENNIS W. ZUERCHER 
Groundsman 



Maintenance 
Staff 



The custodial staff is one of the 
most needed, but perhaps least rec- 
ognized, operational staffs on cam- 
pus. Their duties include cleaning 
the buildings, caring for the 
grounds, and engineering the 
electrical system on campus. In gen- 
eral, they must keep all areas of the 
campus attractive, comfortable, and 
functional. Members of the mainte- 
nance staff are assisted by a number 
of student employees. This year a 
number of women students have 
been employed. 




Kala Burhenn is one of the women employed by the maintenance department. 



72 Personalities 



Cafeteria 
Staff 



The cafeteria workers, al- 
though not directly connected 
with the college, are important 
to the students at BCCJC.They 
are employed by Food Man- 
agement, Inc., which is located 
in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The col- 
lege, however, does get a cer- 
tain percentage of food sales 
and also of the income from 
the vending machines and pool 
tables. Members of the cafete- 
ria staff are closely associated 
with the faculty, students, and 
community as they provide 
food services for regular meals 
and for dinners and parties. 



GRACE COSTIN 
Snack bar cook 

ANNA JOHNSON 
Pastry cook 





LEONALONDEEN 
Staff cook 

PEGGY NELSON 
Cafeteria Staff 



EDNARUMSEY 
Staff cook 

DONNA WHITESIDE 
Snack bar cook 







ROBERT E. EVANS 
Cafeteria Manager 




Students wait in line at the snack bar in the student union. 



Personalities 73 




Sophomores 
Al — CI 



Sophomore Officers — Curtis Baltzley, vice president; Audrey Long, secretary-trea- 
surer; and Richard Burton, president — pose for an official photo. 




Keith Albrecht, Herington 

Marketing Technology 
Rosetta Alexander, Wichita 

Nursing 
Lyndell Allen, Goddard 

Drafting 
Sandra Allen, Augusta 

Art 
Cynthia Anderson, Hope 

Liberal Arts 

Drucilla Andrews, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Thomas Angulo, Wichita 

Accounting 
Jerome Arensberg, Wichita 

Data Processing 
John Arnett, El Dorado 

Pre-law 
Dee Artz, El Dorado 

Hotel and Restaurant Mgt. 

Gary Asher, Wichita 

Biology 
Kim Austin, El Dorado 

Sociology 
Vicky Avers, Rose Hill 

Secretarial 
Timothy Ayres, Augusta 

Liberal Arts 
Robert Bachman, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 

Roger Baker, Lincoln, Neb. 

Pre-dental 
Faye Ball, Cassoday 

Sociology 
Curtis Baltzley, Wichita 

journalism 
Pamela Banister, Douglass 

Liberal Arts 
Christine Bartling, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 




Cynthia Baxter, Wichita 

Elementary Education 
Steven Beal, Towanda 

Business Administration 
Kathleen Beeton, Wichita 

Nursing 
Randall Bell, El Dorado 

Biology 
Lyndon Blackwell, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 

Michael Blodgett, Russell 

Art 
Sanford Blyn, Wichita 

Engineering 
Victoria Bollman, Wichita 

Nursing 
Gayla Bonnell, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
James Bortnik, El Dorado 

History 

Kenneth Bowman, El Dorado 

Forestry 
William Boyce, Wamego 

Machine Tooling 
Marcia Bradley, Augusta 

Data Processing 
Ouida Branch, Wichita 

Counseling 
Leah Brison, El Dorado 

Home Economics 



Phillip Brothers, Potwin 

Drafting 
Leland Brown, Lyons 

Liberal Arts 
Steven Bryan, Herington 

Machine Technology 
Patricia Burger, Salina 

Marketing Technology 
Charlene Burns, Eureka 

Physical Education 

Charles Buss, Oxford 

Liberal Arts 
Sam Buxton, El Dorado 

Marketing Technology 
Keith Cahalen, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Michael Call, Wichita 

Electronics 
David Canfield, Augusta 

Nursing 

Robert Carothers, Newton 

Auto Body 
Jeff Carroll, Augusta 

Administration of Justice 
Eugene Carthen, Wichita 

Business 
John Cherryholmes, Potwin 

Liberal Arts 
Charles Chisolm, Wadmalaw, S. Car. 

Auto Technology 

Terry Church, Newton 

Chiropractor 
Terry Cikanek, Beloit 

Sociology 
Eldon Claassen, Whitewater 

Nursing 
Marsha Clark, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Ha Mae Clements, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 




Sophomores 
Cl-Ha 




Tim Pouncey enjoys classical literature? 











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Sherry Clymer, El Dorado 

Business 
James Cobb, Holton 

Journalism 
Vicki Coffel, Wellington 

Business 
George Coleman, vVichita 

Business 
Bernie Collins, El Dorado 

Psychology 

Bruce Cooper, Wichita 

Physical Education 
David Copp, Topeka 

Physical Education 
Stanley Cox, Rose Hill 

Police Science 
Barry Cross, El Dorado 

Business 
Linsey Cutsinger, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 



Janice Denny, El Dorado 

Business 
Teri Denton, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Janet Dillman, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
Steve Dimick, El Dorado 

Auto Technology 
Kent Doll, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 

Charles Drake, El Dorado 

Psychology 
Kathy Duncan, El Dorado 

Office Education 
Rebecca Eakles, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
John Eby, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Craig Edmonston, Protection 

Physical Education 

Duane Emig, Abilene 

Auto Technology 
Lyle D. English, Wichita 

Pre-dental 
Craig Erhardt, Wichita 

Biology 
Billie Eshom, Wichita 

Nursing 

76 Personalities 





Michael Evans, Wichita 

Nursing 
Ronald Evans, El Dorado 

Psychology 
Michael Fagg, El Dorado 

Business 
Carl Farnsworth, Wichita 

Data Processing 
Donna Fawbush, Eureka 

Business 

Patrick Fenton, Wichita 

Radio Broadcasting 
William Filener, Derby 

Mathematics 
Raymond Firebaugh, Augusta 

Pre-Law 
Edward Fitzpatrick, Neosho Falls 

Welding 
Cick Fleming, Derby 

Agriculture 

Theresa Flowers, El Dorado 

Business 
Richard Fowler, El Dorado 

Animal Science 
Lois Friesen, Towanda 

Elementary Education 
Dania Fritzler, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Janet Fullinwider, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 



Mark Gale, Wichita 

Journalism 
Marcelo Gamez, San Antonio, Tex. 

Liberal Arts 
Craig Gibson, Valley Center 

Nursing 
Larry Gilchrist, Wichita 

Psychology 
Donald Gilliland, El Dorado 

Theater 

Larry Gimple, Douglass 

Liberal Arts 
Mark Glenn, Russell 

Optometry 
Sandy Glenn, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
Samuel Gomez, El Dorado 

Foreign Language 
John Gragg, Leon 

Electronics 





James Graham, Wichita 

Art 
Phil Greco, El Dorado 

Electronics 
Michael Green, Lawrence 

Liberal Arts 
Ralph Green, El Dorado 

Administration of Justice 
RockGroff, El Dorado 

Medicine 



Roger Hall, Towanda 

Electrical Engineering 
Carl Hamilton, Cimarron 

History 
Rodney Hampton, Ulysses 

Engineering 
Deborah Haskell, Belle Plaine 

Accounting 



Personalities 77 





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Richard Hatfield, Herrington 

Elementary Education 
Kevin Hays, Leon 

Liberal Arts 
Michael Hemberger, Conway Springs 

Business Administration 
Anthony Henn, El Dorado 

Data Processing 
Robert Hentzen, Coddard 

Business Administration 

Donald Herbert, Benton 

Business 
Lisa Hershberger, Wichita 

Elementary Education 
Burgess Heyward, Johns Island, S.C. 

Physical Education 
Randy Hill, Augusta 

Business 
Walter Hines,Tucumcari, N.M. 

Business Administration 



Ruth Holsey, El Dorado 

Data Processing 
Wanda Howard, Augusta 

Nursing 
Leann Hoyt, El Dorado 

Business 
Cathy Hubbard, Wichita 

Secretarial 
Jenise Hudson, Wichita 

Marketing Technology 

James Hughes, El Dorado 

Political Science 
Shawn Humig, El Dorado 

Electronics 
Tom Inkanish, Eureka 

Market Technology 
Chester Irving, Wichita 

Social Work 
Ann Jackson, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 

Randall Jackson, Valley Center 

Business 
Daniel Jacobs, Wichita 

Medical Technician 
Glenn Jacobs, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Gregory Jaworsky, Hillsboro 

Liberal Arts 
Michael Jenkins, El Dorado 

Drafting 










Gregory Johnson, Augusta 

Pre-Dental 
Karen Johnson, Augusta 

Nursing 
Gregory Joyce, El Dorado 

Pre-Optometry 
Karen Kinder, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
Louise King, El Dorado 

Nursing 

Wendi Kirkhart, Wichita 

Data Processing 
Robert Kittle, Douglass 

Business 
Michael Kling, El Dorado 

Engineering 
Martha Koester, El Dorado 

Journalism 
William Kohls, Herrington 

Marketing Technology 



Pamela Krueger, Wichita 

Business 
Terry Kunkel, Douglass 

Auto Technology 
Beth Lamb, Whitewater 

Nursing 
Dolores Lara, Augusta 

Economics 
Terrill Lauer, Wichita 

Business 

Dale Lee, Benton 

Police Science 
Michael Lee, El Dorado 

Business 
Larry Leonard, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Merle Leslie, Andover 

Machine Technology 
Audrey Long, Eureka 

Interior Decorating 





Wallace Logan, Wichita 

Machine Technology 
David Lord, Augusta 

Auto Technology 
Barbara Lowden, Peabody 

Physical Education 
Myrna Lowden, Peabody 

Psychology 
Sandra Luscombe, Wetmore 

Nursing 

Richard Macy, El Dorado 

Electricity 
Patrick Mahaffey, Augusta 

Biology 
Mark Malone, Ulysses 

Architecture 
Michael Maloney, El Dorado 

Environmental Science 
Galen Markley, Augusta 

Social Work 

David Marshall, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Donald Mathews, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
Gregory May, Marion 

Political Science 
Bruce McAllister, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
David McClanathon, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 

Sophomores 
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Students rap over class problem. 



Personalities 79 




Duane McCracken, El Dorado 

Social Science 
Martin McCune, Benton 

Liberal Arts 
Sue McDonald, Eureka 

Nursing 
Tim McGhee, Eureka 

Drafting 
Ramona Mcintosh, Eureka 

Business 

Raymond Mcintosh, Eureka 

Secondary Education 
Raymond Meritt, Wichita 

English 
Fairie Merwin, Rosalia 

Nursing 
Linda Metcalf, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
William Meysing, Lincolnville 

Liberal Arts 



Janet Miller, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
Lonnie Mills, Towanda 

Music Education 
Virgil Moralez, Wichita 

Psychology 
Hugo Moreira, Montevideo, Uruguay 

Political Science 
Mitzi Mossman, El Dorado 

Accounting 

Steve Muncy, El Dorado 

Psychology 
Karen Murphy, Cherry Hill, N.J. 

Secretarial 
Jack Murry, Wichita 

Nursing 
Robert Nash, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Brent Nearhood, El Dorado 

Auto Technology 

Bill Needham, Jr., El Dorado 

Marketing Technology 
William Newbury, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Gary Nickel, El Dorado 

Business 
Edward Norrick, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Robert Notz, Derby 

Auto Technology 





Larry Nuckolls, Wichita 

Industrial Technology 
Terry Oaks, El Dorado 

Animal Science 
Rodney O'Donnell, Wichita 

Physical Education 
Daniel Olinger, Wichita 

Data Processing 
John Oliver, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 

Darrell Paige, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Gerald Parker, Augusta 

Business 
Billie Patterson, Potwin 

Elementary Education 
Gary D. Paul, El Dorado 

Psychology 
David Payne, Wichita 

Data Processing 




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Barbara Peace, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Dennis Peters, Wichita 

Nursing 
Susan Pharr, Leon 

Business Education 
James Pierce, Augusta 

Biology 
Perry Pittman, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 

Gary Pope, Wichita 

Electronics 
Phylane Prather, El Dorado 

Marketing Technology 
John Pyles, Wichita 

Science 
Treva Rader, Wichita 

Physical Therapy 
Jerry Rambo, Wichita 

Data Processing 

Randall Stanley, Herington 

Liberal Arts 
Curley Reed, Wichita 

Nursing 
Rhonda Reed, Leon 

Liberal Arts 
Donna Reese, Haysville 

Nursing 
Kathy Regnier, Marion 

Liberal Arts 

John Reinhart, Towanda 

Journalism 
Fredrick Rinne, El Dorado 

Business Administration 
Lila Rohr, El Dorado 

Data Processing 
Judy Ross, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Lloyd Ross, El Dorado 

Business 



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Personalities 81 




Sophomores 
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Mr. Isom's history class discusses a current topic. 



Roy Ross, Augusta 

Art 
Scott Ross, Cheney 

Optometry 
Keith Salmans, Benton 

Wildlife 
Richard Salts, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Patricia Schmidt, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 

Randy Schmidt, Norwich 

Wild Life 
Marilyn Schulze, Douglass 

Nursing 
Gretchen Schwalbach, Wichita 

Nursing 
Alfreda Seeber, El Dorado 

Business 
Charles Shepard, El Dorado 

Marketing Technology 




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Don Shoemaker, El Dorado 

Journalism 
Debra Sibley, Wichita 

Administration of Justice 
Donald Siegrist, El Dorado 

Administration of Justice 
Martha Smith, Rose Hill 

Elementary Education 
Patricia Smith, Wichita 

Nursing 

Donna Snellen, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Lisa Snodgrass, Benton 

Business 
James Snook, Cheney 

Liberal Arts 
Kenneth Snyder, Wichita 

Business Administration 



Alfred Solorio, El Dorado 

Drafting 
Mark Somerville, El Dorado 

Accounting 
David Sooter, Derby 

Journalism 
Terry Sprowl, El Dorado 

Administration of Justice 
Christopher Squires, Wichita 

Physical Education 

Gary Starkel, El Dorado 

Accounting 
Louise Stebbins, Augusta 

Business 
Orban Stephans, Rosalia 

Liberal Arts 
Steven Taylor, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
Julius Stewart, Oklahoma City, OK 

Liberal Arts 





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Ronald Stidham, Wichita 

Electrical Engineering 
Arthur Stirnaman, Russell 

Liberal Arts 
Charles Strobel, Mulvane 

Business 
Floyd Strobel, Mulvane 

Electrical Engineering 
Randy Strotham, Wichita 

Physical Education 

Rocky Swain, El Dorado 

Business 
Steve Tappehorn, Sabetha 

Physical Education 
Gail Tennyson, El Dorado 

Office Education 
Michael Thomas, Eureka 

Drafting 
Melinda Thompson, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 

Ronnie Thompson, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Terry Tomlin, El Dorado 

Business Administration 
Bette Turner, Whitewater 

Nursing 
Mark Uhland, Wichita 

Business 
Howard Uhlhorn, Wichita 

Nursing 



Carlene Valentine, Wichita 

Sociology 
Cheryl Van Cleave, Eureka 

Data Processing 
Grant Vance, El Dorado 

Journalism 
Pamela Vance, Wichita 

Nursing 
George Voegeli, Colwich 

Electronics 

Victor Vogts, Rosalia 

Liberal Arts 
Edgar Wait, Benton 

Business 
Roger Ward, El Dorado 

Art 
Katheryn Washington, Wichita 

Elementary Education 
Sharon Watson, Buffalo 

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James Weller, El Dorado 

Biology 
Michael Werner, Kansas City, Kansas 

Liberal Arts 
Douglas White, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Debra Wilber, Burns 

Data Processing 
Cheryl Williams, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 

Kevin Williams, Wichita 

Optometry 
Earl Willis, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Jerry Wills, Augusta 

Liberal Arts 
Kandis Willson, Douglass 

Theatre 
Dawn Wilson, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 





Rodney Windsor, Andover 

Industrial Arts 
Dent Worrell, Leon 

Veterinary Medicine 
Robert Wyatt, Douglass 

Data Processing 
Paula Young, Augusta 

Business 
Randi Zalb, Leon 

Liberal Arts 



Wayne Becker, Wichita 

Libera! Arts 
Robert Bohnert, El Dorado 

Administration of Justice 
Debra Freeman, Rose Hill 

Elementary Education 
Keith Frey, El Dorado 

Business Administration 



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Michael Anderson, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Robert Bohaman, Wichita 

Nursing 
Larry Boynton, El Dorado 

Electro-Chem. Engineering 
William Brown, Neal, KS. 

Psychology 
Debbie Brownrigg, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 

Steven Buehne, Wichita 

Social Work 
Richard Burton, El Dorado 

Dentistry 
Steven Buskirk, Augusta 

Bible 
Ricardo Cano, Wichita 

Secondary Education 
Jack Chamberlain, El Dorado 

Journalism 



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Ronald Clay, Andover 

Business Administration 
Duane Dauber, El Dorado 

Auto Mechanics 
Kay Dullea, Andover 

Business 
Catherine Eaton, El Dorado 

Merchandising 
Paula Engle, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 

Charles Enns, Elbing 

Social Welfare 
Debra Freeman, Rose Hill, 

Elementary Education 
Keith Frey, El Dorado 

Business Administration 
Gregory Fox, El Dorado, 

Theatre 
James Gifford, Wichita 

Physical Education 

Randy Hall, Augusta, 

Marketing Technology 
Connie Hamlin, El Dorado 

Biology 
Ronald Herndon, El Dorado 

Administration of Justice 
Deborah Hiebert, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Cindy Hill, Mulvane 

Liberal Arts 

Raymond Hoffman, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Donald Hunt, Wellington 

Agriculture 
Leo Huston, Abilene 

Auto Mechanics 
Marsha Kirschbaum, El Dorado 

Psychology 
Randy Lawson, Wichita 

Administration of Justice 




Personalities 85 



Sophomores Li-Ta 



Sandra Liggett, El Dorado, 

Business. 
Antonio Macias, Wichita, 

Liberal Arts 
Cynthia Malone, Augusta, 

Elementary Education. 
Jill McCollum, Fall River, 

Nursing. 
Rod Miller, El Dorado, 

Architecture 
Randall Moreland, El 

Dorado, Forestry and 

Wildlife. 

Eileen Oberley, lola, 

Marketing Technology. 
Robert Plumley, Andover, 

Secondary Education 
Victoria Ponder, Leon, 

Liberal Arts. 
Pantelis Rachmanides, 

Dikea, Greece, Political 

Science. 
Yvonne Randall, Augusta, 

Nursing. 
Tom Webster, El Dorado, 

Liberal Arts. 

William Rhyne, El Dora- 
do, Liberal Arts. 

Phillip Rouse, Benton, 
Cytotechnology 

Patricia Sanders, Valley 
Center, Art. 

Randy Stanley, Herington, 
Liberal Arts. 

Billy Taylor, Douglass, 
Welding. 

Deborah Tibbetts, Wichi- 
ta, Elementary Educa- 
tion. 

Richard Trombla, El Dora- 
do, Liberal Arts. 

Martha Voth, Newton, 
Liberal Arts. 

Gayle Webb, El Dorado, 
Elementary Education. 

James Wiggins, Eureka, 
Business. 

Stan Williamson, Augusta, 
History. 

Selen Yanda, Wichita, Art. 




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Glen Bell, El Dorado 
Randolph Coney, El Dorado 
Paul Haines, El Dorado 



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Mary McCreight, El Dorado 
Larry Mitchell, El Dorado 
Sara Sluss, El Dorado 
Ned Zacharias, Towanda 



86 Personalities 




Freshmen 
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Freshmen visit English Composition class during orientation. 




Matthew Acuff, Valley Center 
Carmen Adelson, Augusta 
Carol Adkins, Douglass 
Robert Adkins, Wichita 
Leland Alexander, Maize 
Cynthia Allen, El Dorado 

Russell Allen, Benton 
George Ammann, Newton 
Blane Ancell, Mulvane 
Joyce Anderson, Wichita 
Calvin Applegate, Augusta 
Orella Applegate, Eureka 



Stephen Arnold, Wichita 
Beryl Artz, El Dorado 
Charles Ayers, Elbing 
Joe Ayers, Cedar Point 
Miriam Baber, El Dorado 
Janet Bacon, Tecumseh 



Mary Ann Badwey, Wichita 
Steven Baker, El Dorado 
Dale Ball, El Dorado 
Daytha Ball, El Dorado 
Bill Bankey, El Dorado 
Rebecca Barber, Benton 



Brenda Baumann, Wichita 
Ardithe Beeler, El Dorado 
Ron Beeler, Towanda 
Sheryl Bell, El Dorado 
David Bennett, El Dorado 
Cliff Bennington, El Dorado 



Tim Berndsen, Augusta 
Jeannette Bever, Towanda 
Duane Blackburn, Towanda 
Kenneth Blake, El Dorado 
Joni Blanding, Douglass 
Fred Bogatay, Wichita 

Personalities 87 




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Susan Bond, Benton 
Randall Bottorff, Wichita 
David Bowen, Wichita 
Patricia Bozone, Augusta 
Shirley Bradley, Augusta 
William Brammer, Wichita 



Vickie Breen, El Dorado 
Jerry Brenner, El Dorado 
Kay Brickley, El Dorado 
Lawrence Bridgeforth, Wichita 
Sharon Briggs, Wichita 
Michael Brill, Andover 



Tessie Britton, Wichita 

Kris Brown, Eureka 

Rodney Brown, Mitchell, Neb. 

Roger Brown, Lyons 

Larry Buchholz, Wichita 

Kala Burhenn, El Dorado 



Kenneth Burt, Valley Center 
Alta Butts, Wichita 
Ronald Calvin, Latham 
Jo Camp, El Dorado 
Ronald Cantu, Augusta 
Richard Carr, Rose Hill 



George Cash, Douglass 
Andre Casto, Wichita 
Karen Chapman, Wichita 
Felisa Chrisman, Wichita 
Sherrill Christensen, Kiowa 
Albert Ciccel, Wichita 



Craig Clark, Towanda 
Ralph Clark, Wichita 
Richard Clark, El Dorado 
Roxann Clark, Wichita 
Sheryl Clements, El Dorado 
John Clifton, Emporia 






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Alan Cockrill, Wichita 
Lee Cody, El Dorado 
Brent Coffman, Newton 
Marc Cogan, Towanda 
Robert Colhouer, Holton 
Vickie Collins, El Dorado 



Marte Cook, Wichita 
Monte Cook, Wichita 
Troy Cool, El Dorado 
Gregory Cooper, Wichita 
Kevin Compton, Cheney 
David Corey, Ogden 



Larry Covel, Wichita 
Leanna Cowman, El Dorado 
Vicki Cox, Augusta 
Herchel Crainer III, Marion 
Melanie Crandall, Wichita 
Lynne Crawford, El Dorado 




Steven Crawford, Potwin 
Daniel Cross, Wichita 
Gary Crowl, Topeka 
Roy Cruzen, El Dorado 
Frederic Cubbage, Burns 
Patricia Cullison, Fall River 



Robert Cummings, El Dorado 
Elizabeth Curtis, El Dorado 
Faye Danler, Augusta 
David Daniels, Wichita 
William Daniels, El Dorado 
Jean Darnell, El Dorado 



Steven Davis, Alexandria, Va. 
Kenneth Dellett, El Dorado 
Reid Dennis, Augusta 
Rodger Dickey, Mulvane 
James Dieckgrafe, Derby 
Mark Diskin, Cheney 



Marcia Diver, El Dorado 
Charles Dolezilek, Rossville 
Stan Domann, El Dorado 
Sharon Doornbos, El Dorado 
Donald Doty, Peabody 
Florine Doty, El Dorado 



Catherine Dowling, Derby 
Ronald Downing, Potwin 
Robert Droege, El Dorado 
Melanie Drouillard, Augusta 
Donna Dulin, Augusta 
Debra Duncan, El Dorado 



Anita Dunlap, South Haven 
Debra Durbin, Wichita 
Donald Duryea, Douglass 
Larry Ek, Emporia 
Richard Elder, Douglass 
Tim Engles, Benton 





Daniel Ensz, Potwin 
Mary Erdwien, El Dorado 
Mark Erpelding, El Dorado 
Forrest Evans, Wichita 
Lisa Evans, El Dorado 
Charles Ewart, El Dorado 



Mark Ewing, Colwich 
Joan Farr, Derby 
Mary Favreau, Wichita 
Daniel Fechter, Hamilton 
Lawrence Firebaugh, Augusta 
Michael Fitch, El Dorado 



Gery Fisher, Wichita 
Susan Fleming, Lost Springs 
Venessa Ford, Topeka 
Debbie Fox, El Dorado 
Darylene France, Hope 
Joni Frakes, Eureka 

Personalities 89 




Freshmen 
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Freshmen change classes during orientation. 



Luellan Franklin, Wichita 
David Fraser, El Dorado 
Frankie Frederick, Junction City 
Stephen French, El Dorado 
Colleen Fry, Benton 
William Fry, Wichita 



Jackie Fulks, El Dorado 
Sharon Fullinwider, El Dorado 
Albert Gale, Wichita 
Reynold Garcia, Douglass 
David Garrett, Augusta 
Gary Gaylord, Augusta 



Larry Gaylord, Augusta 
John Geckles, El Dorado 
Jill Gibb, Leon 
Gary Gilchrist, Wichita 
Diane Gillies, El Dorado 
Eylene Gilliland, El Dorado 









Vickie Glaesman, El Dorado 
Steven Glaze, Augusta 
Mary Glodowski, Madison 
Robert Goin, Haysville 
Patrick Goss, Andover 
Larry Gourley, Wichita 



Mark Graham, Douglass 
Randall Grant, El Dorado 
Ronald Gray, El Dorado 
Charles Green, El Dorado 
Dixie Grier, Mt. Hope 
Robyn Gronau, El Dorado 



Michial Grove, El Dorado 
Rick Grove, El Dorado 
Richard Guy, Augusta 
Debra Hahn, Haysville 
Melvin Hain, Mayfield 
Steven Haines, El Dorado 




Dennis Hale, Towanda 
Martha Hall, Augusta 
Theodore Hall, Wichita 
Dana Hamant, Benton 
Cynthia Hamilton, El Dorado 
Gerald Hamlin, El Dorado 



David Hamm, El Dorado 
Ray Hansen, Atchison 
Debbie Hanson, El Dorado 
Robert Harber, Toronto 
Gary Harder, El Dorado 
Roger Harmon, Valley Center 



Don Harlan, El Dorado 
Clarence Harper, Wichita 
Debra Harris, El Dorado 
Thomas Harris, Valley Center 
James Harstine, El Dorado 
Eric Haskin, Douglass 



Daniel Hauserman, Wichita 
Kit Hawk, Wichita 
Teresa Hayes, El Dorado 
Bill Heitzenrater, Beaumont 
Gregory Henderson, El Dorado 
Mark Hendrickson, Augusta 



Leslie Henn, Leon 
Don Henry, El Dorado 
Susan Henschen, Wichita 
Gregory Hiebert, El Dorado 
Shelley Hiebert, El Dorado 
Barney Hill, Boystown, Neb. 

MadelonHill, El Dorado 
Robert Hill, Topeka 
Norma Hills, El Dorado 
William Hills, Wichita 
Jeannine Hinther, Meriden 
Debbie Hite, Wichita 







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William Holmes, Wichita 
Adlai Hon, Derby 
Sharie Hon, Derby 
Cathleen Hosier, El Dorado 
Curtis Honey, Santana 
James Houser, Wichita 



Debbie Howard, Salina 
Richard Hoy, Cassoday 
Marjorie Hradecky, Wichita 
Terry Huffman, Wichita 
Shirley Hughey, El Dorado 
Stephen Hull, Wichita 



Patrice Humig, El Dorado 
Russel Hummel, Towanda 
William Humphrey, Newton 
Pamela Hyle, Belle Plaine 
Ray Ibarra, Junction City 
Steven Ingersoll, El Dorado 

Personalities 91 



Lyle Jack, El Dorado 
Cecil Jacobs, Howard 
Gary Jacobs, Towanda 
Barbara James, Augusta 
Bobetta James, Douglass 
Leah January, Augusta 



Phillip Jensen, Wichita 
Doyle Johnson, El Dorado 
Joseph Johnson, Wichita 
Keith Johnson, Wichita 
Michael Johnson, Wichita 
Sterling Johnson, Wichita 



Gary Johnston, Augusta 
Chester Jones, Augusta 
David Neil Jones, Haysville 
Glen Jones, Augusta 
Kenneth Jones, Wichita 
Lloyd Jones, Augusta 
















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Polly Jones, Douglass 
Shirley Jones, Wichita 
Charlene Kelly, Wichita 
Allen Kelly, El Dorado 
Mike Kelly, El Dorado 
Terry Ketterman, Douglass 

Joyce Kice, Augusta 
Vivian King, Augusta 
Vicki Klaassen, Whitewater 
Barbara Knieling, Topeka 
Clarence Knight, Tallahassee, 

Fla. 
Eric Knoeppel, Wellington 



Shirley Knoll, New Cambria 
Wayne Knox, El Dorado 
Larry Koch, Wichita 
Rhonda Korte, Augusta 
Lisa Kunkel, Douglass 
Leonard Kurtz, Wichita 



Debbie Lackey, Augusta 
Gregory Lacy, El Dorado 
Donald Lahar, Wichita 
Steven La Londe, Augusta 
Debra Kay Lane, El Dorado 
Mark Langley, Topeka 



Rebecca Langley, Wellington 
Stephen Laufer, Wichita 
Dona Lawless, Mulvane 
Glenn Lawless, Belle Plaine 
Gary Lee, Topeka 
Bradford Lehner, Cheney 



Mark Lemasters, Galva 
Chris Lent, Wichita 
Teresa Lewis, Wichita 
Jayme Lincicome, El Dorado 
Bruce Lingenfelter, Wichita 
Michael Linot, Derby 

92 Personalities 





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Students take time to enjoy fall weather. 



Cynthia Liston, White City 
Sylvia Liston, White City 
Steve Litchfield, El Dorado 
Gregg Little, Burrton 
Peggy Little, Augusta 
Terri Livesay, Augusta 



Rita Logan, Wichita 
Ben Lore, El Dorado 
Scott Louis, Wichita 
Kathy Lucas, El Dorado 
Steve Luper, Augusta 
James Madison, Haysville 





Marlin Mahannah, Augusta 
Molly Mann, El Dorado 
Christopher Manning, Kansas City 
Jacqueline Mar, Wichita 
Daniel Marceau, Wichita 
Richard Marley, Wichita 

Randal Marshall, Wichita 
Allen Martin, El Dorado 
David Martin, Wichita 
Debra Martin, Madison 
Karla Martin, El Dorado 
Nancy Martin, El Dorado 



Lanette Martindale, Augusta 
George Maskrid, Wichita 
Sharon Mason, Peck 
Charlotte Mason, Peck 
Audie Mathews, South Haven 
Bob Mathiesen, Wichita 

Personalities 93 




Phillip Maxwell, Augusta 
Lawrence Mayfield, Augusta 
Marilyn McClayland, Fall River 
Kathy McCoy, Augusta 
Marc McCoy, El Dorado 
Stephen McDermett, Rosalia 



John McDonald, Derby 
Geraldine McEachern, El Dorado 
Karla McHam, Wichita 
Deborah Mclntyre, Lawrence 
William McKibban, Douglass 
Marilyn McLaughlin, El Dorado 



Gloria McLean, Piedmont 
Rex McVey, Toronto 
Shirley Melson, Potwin 
Bradley Metz, Augusta 
John Meyer, Chapman 
Steven Michels, Augusta 



Stanley Miller, Eureka 
Travis Miller, Eureka 
Debra Minnick, Augusta 
Phillip Mitchell, Lincoln 
Thomas Mitchell, El Dorado 
Barry Mohler, Leon 



Robert Moore, El Dorado 
Warren Moore, Derby 
Joseph Moreland, El Dorado 
Ramezan Mortazavi, Damghan, Iran 
David Moss, El Dorado 
Marcia Murphy, Rose Hill 



Steven Naus, El Dorado 
Robert Nation, Wichita 
Donna Neal, El Dorado 
Janice Neill, Fredonia 
Mark Newland, Wichita 
Gregory Norflee, Red Bank, N.J. 





Teresa Norris, El Dorado 
Jacqueline Notz, Andover 
Eugene O'Brian, El Dorado 
Kathryn O'Brien, El Dorado 
Joseph O'Hare, Toronto 
Robin Olmstead, Derby 

Karmellia Olson, Eureka 
Robetta Olson, Eureka 
Kent Ott, Peck 
David Palmer, El Dorado 
Debra Pankratz, Valley Center 
German Paolini, San Cristobal, 
Venez. 



Gail Parker, Augusta 
Michael Parker, Wichita 
Ronald Parker, El Dorado 
Dianne Parnell, Benton 
James Parrish, Burns 
Gail Parry, Augusta 







Cynda Parsons, Douglass 
Leon Patterson, Potwin 
Lewis Patterson, Wichita 
Tracy Patterson, Derby 
Teresa Patton, El Dorado 
Alan Paul, Clearwater 



Thomas Payne, Topeka 
Jan Penner, El Dorado 
Brent Pennington, Wichita 
Shirley Perez, Augusta 
James Peters, Valley Center 
Maria Peters, South Haven 



Ramona Peterson, Wichita 
Karla Phares, Benton 
Steve Pickard, Augusta 
Joseph Pierce, Augusta 
Randy Pike, Clearwater 
Bradley Pipkin, Wichita 



Scott Plagmann, Derby 
Jess Plummer, El Dorado 
Linda Poe, Wichita 
Cheryl Porter, Wichita 
Richard Post, Wichita 
Duane Pouncey, Augusta 

Cindy Powell, St. George 
Linda Prather, El Dorado 
Steve Pringle, El Dorado 
James Rabe, Valley Center 
Cathy Reed, Towanda 
Kathy Reed, Haysville 



Linda Regier, Newton 
Sherry Regier, Whitewater 
Charles Reid, Farmington, Mo. 
John Reid, Wichita 
Marvin Repstine, Eureka 
Shane Reynolds, Wichita 



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Joyce Rice, El Dorado 

Willie Richard, Las Cruces, N. Me 

Brenda Rickerson, Towanda 

Merle Ridgway, Augusta 

Timothy Riggle, Benton 

Ruth Roberts, El Dorado 



Alan Robertson, Lawrence 
Alan Rochat, Wichita 
Ray Ross, Augusta 
Sharon Roths, Wicita 
Betty Rouse, Benton 
William Russell, El Dorado 



Maria Rutschman, El Dorado 
Debra Ryan, Wichita 
Sally Murphy, Augusta 
Lisa Satterthwaite, El Dorado 
Wayne Saunders, Potwin 
Peter Scanlon, El Dorado 



Loretta Schiffelbein, Wichita 
Phil Schoffstall, El Dorado 
Kenyon Schatz, Wichita 
Mark Schlesinger, El Dorado 
Edward Scott, Towanda 
John Scott, Mulvane 

Michael Scritchfield, 

Valley Center 
Rick Sears, Hazelton 
Glen Seeber, El Dorado 
Samuel Seward, Leon 
Gary Shaffer, Wichita 
Linda Shipman, El Dorado 



Michael Shryock, Augusta 
Timothy Sidebottom, Topeka 
Michele Silver, El Dorado 
Thomas Simmons, El Dorado 
Steven Simpson, Rose Hill 
Kendall Simonton, El Dorado 





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Linda Singleton, El Dorado 
Debra Sinnes, Wichita 
Tommy Skinner, Belle Plaine 
George Small, Augusta 
Alan Smith, El Dorado 
Betty Smith, El Dorado 



Eleanor Smith, Wichita 
Jeanne Smith, St. Marys 
Katherine Smith, El Dorado 
Marjorie Smith, Wichita 
Peggy Jean Smith, Towanda 
Peggy Diane Smith, El Dorado 



Terry Smith, El Dorado 
Douglas Smythe, Wichita 
John Snell, Douglass 
Bonnie Snyder, Wichita 
Craig Snyder, Wichita 
Dale Sobba, Wichita 



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Randy Solis, El Dorado 
Rick Spear, Wichita 



Linda Spencer, Belle Plain 
Richard Spring, El Dorado 



Debra Stareck, Benton 
Carol Steeby, Belle Plain 



Jacqueline Stokes, El Dorado 
Eric Stahl, El Dorado 



Karen Stahl, El Dorado 

Elaine Sommerhauser, Mulvane 



Freshmen participate in enrollment procedure. 




Deborah Staats, Potwin 
Kenneth Stanton, Augusta 
Janan Stees, Derby 
Bradley Stiles, Wichita 
Rex Stephens, Benton 
Mark Stolz, Colwich 



Janara Storey, El Dorado 
Deborah Stricklin, Wichita 
Daniel Strobel, Mulvane 
Audie Strotkamp, Burns 
Brian Strunk, Colwich 
Phyllis Stueve, St. Marys 

Joseph Sundgren, Rosalia 
Diane Swanson, El Dorado 
Edward Swift, Wellington 
Gary Tackett, Wichita 
Michael Talley, Oklahoma City, 

Oklahoma 
Janet Taylor, El Dorado 

Robert Taylor, El Dorado 
Frank Thorne, Leavenworth 
Suzanne Thornton, El Dorado 
Benny Titterington, El Dorado 
Gayle Tillotson, Towanda 
James Toevs, Whitewater 

Personalities 97 



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Phillip Torkelson, Augusta 
Randolph Towles, Douglass 
Deborah Tyson, El Dorado 
Gail Uhlenhop, Andover 
William Usher, Augusta 
Dennis Van Arsdale, Towanda 

Rickey Van Buren, El Dorado 
Steven Valentine, Eureka 
Mary Voegeli, Colwich 
Christa Voth, El Dorado 
Mohammad Raza Vazirian, Shiraz, 

Iran 
Billie Waggy, El Dorado 




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Jerald Walford, El Dorado 
Rodney Walford, El Dorado 
Martha Walker, El Dorado 
Gregory Walno, Valley Center 
Sherri Waltman, El Dorado 
Michael Ward, El Dorado 

Dan Warner, Emporia 
Gary Wartick, El Dorado 
Steven Wasinger, Wichita 
Nikke Watkins, Leon 
Joseph Watson, Lakewood, 
Colorado 
Jennie Watt, Winfield 



Karen Watts, Augusta 
Douglas Weaver, Wichita 
David Webb, Augusta 
Mack Weber, Burns 
William Webster, El Dorado 
David Wheat, Augusta 



Diana Whisler, El Dorado 
Randy Whitson, Benton 
Randall Wiebe, Whitewater 
Antonio Wiggins, Fairfax, Virginia 
William Wilson, El Dorado 
Jannifer Wimbley, Wichita 



Richard Wining, Wichita 
Randall Wise, Derby 
Leo Wohletz, Effingham 
Debra Wright, Augusta 
Mary Wright, El Dorado 
Franklin Wyman, El Dorado 



Rebecca Young, El Dorado 
Edwina Ysidro, El Dorado 
Zarir Haghighi, Tehran, Iran 
Carol Zogelman, Florence 
Philip Ashley, Wichita 
Michael Ledford, Hamilton 
Personalities 98 




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Russell Allen, Benton 
Terry Althouse, El Dorado 
Philip Ashley, Wichita 
Bradley Asmann, Andover 
Gary Bell, El Dorado 
Jolene Barth, Wichita 

Connie Beach, Augusta 
Mohammad Bigdeli, Tehran, 

Iran 
Robert Biswell, Eureka 
Neal Blosser, Wichita 
Timothy Browning, El 

Dorado 
Michelle Budke, Augusta 

Mary Chavez, Wichita 
Joe Church, El Dorado 
Barbara Clopton, Eureka 
George Cole, Wichita 
Patsy Davis, Latham 
Arthur De Leon, El Dorado 



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James Doane, El Dorado 
Dennis Dow, Eureka 
Carol Edmiaston, Towanda 
Patricia Edwards, Augusta 
Thomas Erwin, Wichita 
Emma Finey, El Dorado 

Royal Fink, El Dorado 
Francis Ford, Peabody 
Jill Fulton, Topeka 
Koichi Furusawa, 

Matsumotoshi, Japan 
Michael Gagnon, El Dorado 
Anthony Gilliland, El Dorado 

Linn Goodman, El Dorado 
George Grafton, Peru, Neb. 
David Hall, Wellington 
Zita Haines, El Dorado 
David Hamilton, Wellington 
Marsha Hendrickson, Lincoln 





Woody Hess, Valley Center 
Janet Holliday, El Dorado 
Jole Hodgens, El Dorado 
Kay Hughes, Mulvane 
Michael Hull, El Dorado 
Kent Hurley, Topeka 



Richard Ingalls, El Dorado 
Cora Jackson, Eureka 
Raymond Jantz, Newton 
Lonnie Jesser, El Dorado 
Walter Johnson, Oxnard, 

Calif. 
Michael Johnston, El Dorado 

Forest Kelly, El Dorado 
Henry Kendel, El Dorado 
Terrence Kesslen, 

Moundridge 
David King, El Dorado 
Glenda Krueger, Derby 
Curtis Kuntz, Peck 



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Randy Lewis, El Dorado 
Richard Lewis, El Dorado 
Regenia Lindenbaum, 

Augusta 
Steve Litchfield, El Dorado 
Robert Lowe, Leon 
Ethyl Loyd, Andover 

Kris Mauk, Augusta 
Tasha McAbee, Wichita 
Larry McCreight, El Dorado 
Kenneth McEntire, El Dorado 
Raylene Mcintosh, El Dorado 
Debra McNabb, Wichita 

Keith Meyer, Augusta 
Clay Mitchell, Leon 
Michael Neises, Oxford 
Kathleen O'Brien, Chester, 

New Jersey 
Paul Pete, Wichita 
Ricky Pickens, Wichita 

Ronald Powe, Eureka 
Walter Racker, Augusta 
Randall Rader, Eureka 
Judith Ratts, El Dorado 
Guy Rhodes, El Dorado 
David Richards, El Dorado 



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Vivian Richards, Wichita 
Kathy Robertson, El Dorado 
Elmer Rohr, El Dorado 
George Rose, El Dorado 
Gary Ruark, Wichita 



Roger Ruark, Wichita 
Charla Ruhl, Delavan 
Craig Samp, El Dorado 
Elcia Schnake, Augusta 
Randy Schultz, Wichita 



Nancy Schwemmer, Towanda 
Mary Sears, Eureka 
Ken Sefchick, Wichita 
Carl Shackelford, Wichita 
Mohammed Shadkam, Kerman, Iran 



Linda Shipman, El Dorado 
Richard Shoemaker, El 

Dorado 
Sheryl Shouse, Wichita 
Tom Simmons, El Dorado 
Michael Slabaugh, Eureka 
Mary Sluss, El Dorado 



)ames Straughn, Wichita 
Pauline Teter, Augusta 
Clara Trotter, Wichita 
Darrell Troutman, El Dorado 
Elida Turner, El Dorado 
Richard Unruh, Cassoday 




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Rickey Van Buren, El Dorado 
Nasser Vaziarian, Shirz, Iran 
Brian Vogt, Whitewater 
Neil Vonfeldt, Wichita 
Dennis Waggoner, Wichita 
Sheila Waugh, Wellington 



Russell Webb, El Dorado 
Stuart Weniger, Wichita 
Danny White, Wichita 
Kevin Whitmore, Wichita 
Diana Whitson, Towanda 
Carolyn Willey, El Dorado 



Leo Willey, El Dorado 
Linda Williams, El Dorado 
Claire Zlab, Leon 
Junetta French, Wichita 
Richard Haines, El Dorado 
Debra Holmes, Derbv 



Personalities 101 



In Memoriam 




George E. Swift, Jr. 

George Swift, business instructor and chairman 
of the business division, died in a plane crash on 
the morning of October 9, 1973, near Cassoday. 
An experienced pilot, he had logged many flying 
hours for professional as well as personal 
activities. In addition to his business classes, Mr. 
Swift taught ground school flight courses and 
sponsored the junior college flying club. He also 
was president of the newly organized Kansas 
Higher Education Association and had served on 
numerous local, area, and state committees in the 
interests of improved educational standards. 

Swift was a Major in the Kansas National Guard, 
a member of the El Dorado Lions Club, and an 
elder in the El Dorado Christian Church. 

His involvement with students, fellow-workers, 
campus activities, and his many personal interests 
left a vast number of persons to mourn his death, 
in addition to his wife Juanita and daughters, 
Diana and Denise. 

Relatives, friends, student groups, and other 
groups responded substantially in contributing to 
the George E. Swift Memorial Scholarship Fund. 





Swift swears in Terri Flowers, as first woman veteran to enlist in 
Kansas National Guard. 



Mr. Swift aids a new enrollee. 



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Track and Field Squad, Front Row: Kevin Hays, Dave Copp, Jim Gifford, Perry Pittman and Rob Goin. Second Row: Bill Filener, 
Steve Glaze, Rich Hatfield, Bill Boyce, Julius Stewart and Frank Thorne. Third Row: Leland Alexander, Rod Brown, Brent Coffman, 
Chuck Dolezilek, Dan Olinger and Walter Hines. Fourth Row: Craig Edmonston, Rick Sears, Randy Stanley and Gary Wartick. Fifth 
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104 Awards 



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Bill Filener, Jim Gifford, Julius Stewart lead mile in Butler County Relays. Stewart 
placed 1st in record meet time (4:17.7); Filener, 2nd, Gifford, 3rd. In conference 
competition, Stewart placed 2nd in 3-mile, 4th in mile; Gifford, 1st in 6-mile. 




Bob Bachman, left, placed 3rd, Dave Hall, center, 2nd in 120-high hurdles in confer- 
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Weight man Tom Payne, throwing discus, placed 1st in conference shot. 



Track And 
Field Sports 



The track season ended with 
a series of enviable records as 
recorded on these pages. 

The 1974 track and field team 
placed second to Hutchinson 
in the Jayhawk Conference and 
Region VI meets. The relay 
team of Coffman, Stewart, Pitt- 
man, and Filener won the 2- 
mile relay at K.U., setting a new 
school record. The team tied 
for 14th place among 60 teams 
at the National Indoor meet 
where Gifford won 7th in the 2- 
mile, setting a school record 
(9:09.7), Pittman placed 5th in 
the 600-yard run, and Stewart 
won 6th in the mile. At the 
Outdoor National meet the 
team placed 28th among over 
90 teams. 

Athletes qualifying to partici- 
pate in the two national meets 
were: indoor — Filener, Stan- 
ley, Hines, Newland, Hill, Ed- 
monston, Pittman, Brown, Gif- 
ford; Outdoor — Honey, Stew- 
art, Pittman, Newland, and 
Filener. 

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Curtis Honey sets school record (54.7) 
in 440 intermediate hurdles; 2nd in 
conference. 

Awards 105 




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Above: Clarence Knight wins in foot- 
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Shelley Hiebert for last lap and first 
place. Left: Debbie Tyson places sec- 
ond in hurdles; ran second lap of win- 
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Bill Filener, member of the cross country team 
and of the 1972 and 1974 track teams, doubled his 
spring semester honors by placing third in the 
100-yard dash at 2:14.3 in the Indoor National 
Track meet at Columbia, Missouri, and by placing 
third again in the 880-yard dash at the Outdoor 
Meet at Houston, Texas. For these two honors he 



was named All-American. 

In addition, he won first place in the 880 at both 
the Jayhawk Conference and Region VI meets. He 
also ran the anchor leg for the two-mile relay 
team that set a new school record in the K.U. 
Relays. 



Awards 107 




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Judith Anderson is charged not to look. 




Hate and love go hand in hand. 





"Why did you do it?" — "I don't know." 

College- 
Community 
Theatre Presents 

"The Devil's Disciple" 

The spring show presented by the 
college-community theatre was 
George Bernard Shaw's "The Devil's 
Disciple." David Longfellow directed 
it as his first full-length production on 
the campus. Darryl Patten served as 
technical director, assisted by his 
stage craft class and by Shirley Long- 
fellow in the costume department. 

Plans were also laid for the Butler 
Reportory Theatre to return to Lead- 
ville, Colorado, for the second year of 
summer theatre. 



They call me "The Devil's Disciple. 



108 Awards 




Delta Psi Omega Candidates — Shirley Longfellow, Mitzi Mossman, Pat Mahaffey, Steve Russell, Tim Sidebottom, Jill Mc Collum, 
Pam Vance, Jill Gibb, Billie Waggy, Debbie Staats, Sterling Johnson, Karen Watts — were initiated in traditional ceremonies follow- 
ing the last spring dramatic production. 




Best Of The Year: supporting actor, Pat Mahaffey; supporting ac- 
tress, Pam Vance; actor, John Oliver; actress, Susan Gilliland. 



Greg Fox receives theater scholarship to KSTC. 



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Campus Honors 





Outstanding 

Artists 

of the Year 



Gayla Bonnel 



Gary Kroeger, Topeka, judge of the spring art show, 
explains to Roger Ward (left) principles of judging. 
Roger and Gayla Bonnell were both named outstanding 
artists of the year. Both are art majors, and both re- 
ceived scholarships from the El Dorado Art Association 
to continue their studies at their chosen universities. 





David Garrett receives from Mr. Hiebert an award from 
the Chemical Rubber Company for outstanding work in 
science. 



Steve Russell, Jim Cobb, and Mike Parker display some of the sixteen 
awards won by eight journalism students in state contest. 




Lanette 
Martindale 



VickiCoffel 



Joni Frakes 



Left: Students in the Office Education classes who entered the 
Kansas Community College and Vocational-Technical contest 
brought home 14 certificates of award. First place awards were 
won by Lanette Martindale in production typing; Vicki Coffel, 
office procedure; and Joni Frakes, clerical mathematics. Other 
award winners were Sandra Liggett, Gail Tennyson, Cathy 
Reed, Leslie Henn, Jackie Notz, and Cheryl Van Cleve. 



110 Awards 



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Melinda Thompson and James Hughes receive the 1974 dual Cron History 
Award from Hoyt Smith of Butler County Historical Society. 



At Right: Debaters Greg May, Bill Rhyne, Keith Cahalen and Dolores Lara pre- 
sent debate and forensic awards earned. Keith placed fourth in Impromptu at 
Phi Rho Pi Reginal Tournament and advanced to the Octo-final round in the 
national tournament. 





Butler Marketing students Sam Buxton, Tom 
Inkanish, Cathy Eaton, and Steve French display 
awards won at National DECA Contest. Buxton 
won one first place and four other awards; Inkan- 
ish won one award; Eaton won one first; and 
French won two firsts and three other awards. 



Students qualified for the National Contest by 
placing first or second in the State Contest. Other 
National entrants were Don Doty, Edwina Ysidro, 
Debbie Durbin, and Gary Nickel. Mike Fagg, 
DECA state president, also attended as well as 
Herman Ogg, director. 



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Collegiate Singers provide special music for commencement. 



Coach Jerry Boyce, second semester coach, greets Willie Lan- 
ier, K.C. Chiefs' linebacker, at annual athletic banquet. 





Gayle Krause directs the program at 
Miss Kuhlmann's retirement dinner. 



DECA students host spring open house before national contest. 



112 Awards 



Rev. Melvin L. Short, Above, addresses Order 
of the Purple banquet. Right: a record crowd 
of over 150 candidates, relatives, friends, and 
faculty members attended. 





Norman Rehg, Left, presented a Thomas theater organ to the college in March in memory of his late wife, Julie Margaret Rehg. The 
organ, known as the Trianon, has three keyboards and a two-octave pedal board. Sharing in the initial examination of the instru- 
ment are Robert Chism, Darryl Patten, Robert Anderson, and Marjorie Marsh. A special organ concert by Bob Ralston of the Law- 
rence Welk Show is scheduled for early in the fall. 



Awards 113 



President's Honor Roll Two-Semester Honors 



A student who maintains a grade point aver- 
age of 4.0 while carrying twelve or more col- 
lege hours during a semester is named to the 
President's Honor Roll. Eight students main- 
tained the average for both semesters while 
twenty-five received the honor for one 
semester. 

Not pictured: Bernadine Groves, 1; James 
Post, 1; jay Pratt, 2. 

In addition, students maintaining at least a 
3.5 grade point average are named to the 
Dean's Honor Roll. Seventy-two students re- 
ceived that honor for the first semester and six- 
ty-eight for the second semester. 




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♦Susan Pharr EricStahl 

♦Graduated with a 4.0 average. 



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Lanette 
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Eldon Claasen,, 2 
Sheryl Clements, 1 
Mary Favreau, 1 
David Garrett, 1 



Teresa Hayes, 2 
Gregory Johnson, 2 
Karen Kinder, 1 
Glennda Krueger, 1 
Michael Linot, 2 



Linda Metcalf, 1 
Kathryn O'Brien, 1 
John Pyles, 1 
Farrokhi Shadkam, 2 
Elaine Sommerhauser, 1 
Linda Spencer, 2 



Mary Sluss, 2 
Carol Steeby, 1 
Gail Tennyson, 2 
Howard Uhlhorn, 1 
Gayle Webb, 2 
James Wiggins, 2 




114 Awards 



Fifty-one graduates main- 
tained a grade point average of 
3.25 or above for four semes- 
ters, winning membership in 
the Order of the Purple, col- 
lege honor society. Since the 
society was organized in 1937, 
512 students have been granted 
membership. (Not pictured: 
Daniel Cramer, Beverly Good- 
son). 

♦Graduated with a 4.0 average 



Order of the Purple 



Vicky Avers 
♦Timothy Ayres 
Faye Ball 



Curtis Baltzley 
Gayla Bonnell 
William Boyce 
Richard Burton 




Terry Cikanek 
Ilia Mae Clements 
James Cobb 
Janet Dillmon 
Kathy Duncan 
Carl Farnsworth 
Dania Fritzler 

Ralph Green 
Cheryl Haghighi 
Michael Hemberger 
Anthony Henn 
Cathy Hubbard 
James Hughes 
Leo Huston 

Randall Jackson 
Gregory K. Johnson 
Robert Kittle 
Dolores Lara 
Daniel Lord 
Cynthia Malone 
Ramona Mcintosh 

Raymond Meritt 
Linda Metcalf 
Janet Miller 
Brent Nearhood 
Billy Needham, Jr. 
John Oliver 
Billie Patterson 

*Susan Pharr 
Jerry Rambo 
Lila Rohr 
Lisa Snodgrass 
Mary Louise Stebbins 
Gail Tennyson 

Michael Thomas 
*Melinda Thompson 
Cheryl Van Cleave 
Martha Voth 
Gayle Webb 
Debra Wilber 
Robert Wyatt 




Awards 115 




Blenda Kuhlmann Retires 

The retirement of Miss Blenda Kuhlmann, for 
18 years an instructor at Butler County Communi- 
ty College, came at the end of the spring semes- 
ter, and it was marked in several ways. 

For one, her commencement address to 1974 
graduates was the first given by a faculty member. 
In another recognition, associates, friends, former 
students and relatives were present for a banquet 
honoring her before the term ended. 

Miss Kuhlmann's retirement marked 40 years of 
teaching in public schools. She had spent an addi- 
tional eight years in training and teaching for reli- 
gious education and in completing her degree. 
Her interest in religious education will continue 
this fall when she teaches an evening course on 
the literature of the Bible. 

She has taught English, literature and yearbook 
courses, served as faculty adviser to the Grizzly 
for 16 years, and from 1968-1973 was chairman of 
the Language and Literature Division. 

A graduate of Baker University and of K.S.T.C, 
Emporia, she had also taught in elementary and 
high school levels. 



Miss Kuhlmann closes a teaching career that began in Septem- 
ber, 1926. 





Larry Markley, Haven coach, recalls, At Left, speech, dramatic and other activities at Lincoln (Kansas) High School. At Right, Gayle 
Krause presents an award at retirement banquet. 




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Honoring the candidates for degrees, the forty- 
seventh commencement of the college was held 
in the gymnasium at 10:00 a.m., May 11. Miss 
Blenda Kuhlmann, retiring instructor of English, 
was the first faculty member to address a graduat- 
ing class. She used as her topic "Builders of 
Dreams." President Walbourn presented the class 
to Mr. E. F. Adams, chairman of the board of trus- 
tees, who presented the diplomas. Since the 1973 
commencement a total of 3468 students complet- 
ed requirements for degrees. 




Collegiate Singers open commencement program with introit. 



Miss Kuhlmann addresses graduates. 




Gary Isaac Adams 

Jerome Henry Arensberg 

Rodney A. Bell 

Phillip Earl Brothers 
-William Arthur Boyce 

Jeff B.Carroll 
# Daniel Lee Cramer 

Roger Denton Drinkwater 

Duane Alan Emig 
#Carl Lee Farnsworth 

Donna Sue Fawbush 



Keith Arthur Albrecht 
Thomas E. Angulo 
*John Lesley Arnett 
William Neal Arnold 
Deejay Artz 

* #Vicky Darlene Avers 

* #Timothy Wayne Ayres 
#Faye Marie Ball 
#Curtis Jay Baltzley 

*Pamela Jean Banister 

Roy W. Bankey, Jr. 

Christine Virginia Bart ling 

Jack Lyndon Blackwell 
*Michael Alan Blodgett 

Fred Wayne Bogatay 

Robert Eugene Bohnert 
#Gayla Jean Bonnell 

James Michael Bortnick 

Leah Jo Brison 
♦Richard Alan Burton 

Charles Curtis Buss 
#Terry LeeCikanek 
#!la Mae Clements 
*#James Gilbert Cobb 

Vicki MaeCoffel 
♦Bernard Jeffery Collins 
*David Maxwell Copp 

Carl Barry Cross 

Linsey LeeCutsinger 

Janice Louise Denny 
*#Janet Kay Dillmon 
*Kent Neil Doll 
#Kathy Lynn Duncan 

Rebecca Lyn Eakles 

Matthew N. Eaton 

Wesley Wayne Edgington 

Craig Alan Edmonston 

Paula Lee Engle 

Craig Frank Erhardt 

Bill ie Ann Eshom 



Class of 1974 



Associate of Applied Science Degree 



William E. Gooden 
John Wayne Gragg 
Mark L. Hajek 
Randy Scott Hall 

-Anthony Wayne Henn 
Ruth Elizabeth Holsey 
Hila Leann Hoyt 
Joseph Shawn Humig 

#Lee Paul Huston 
Gregory Dale Jaworsky 
Carl Elmer Jenkins 



Nelson Charles Henry Kress 
James Freeman Lancaster 
Merle M. Leslie 

-Daniel Eugene Lord 
Kent Evan Lorenz 

-Ramona Lynn Mcintosh 

#Brent Alan Nearhood 
Robert Fredrick Notz 
Daniel Keith Olinger 
Naomi Alyce Puzman 

#Jerry Dean Rambo 



Associate of Arts Degree 



Ronald Wayne Evans 

Mike Albert Fagg 

Rita Clare Fehrenbach 

Theresa Ann Flowers 

Richard Wayne Fowler 

Michael Fain Fox 

Debra Jean Freeman 
*# Dania Denise Fritzler 

Janet Rose Fullinwider 
♦Donald C.Gilliland 

Sandra Sue Glenn 
-Beverly Ann Goodson 

George Thomas Goodson 

Michael Kelly Green 
-Ralph Eugene Green 
#Cheryl Denise Haghighi 

Nancy Anne Harding 

Deborah Ellane Haskell 

Kevin Ross Hays 

Fred Francis Hein 

# Michael Anthony Hemberger 
Carl Wayne Hensley 
Donald Lee Herbert 

Lisa Jo Hershberger 
*#Cathy Marlene Hubbard 

# James Curtis Hughes 

# Randall Lee Jackson 
Daniel Allen Jacobs 

*# Gregory Keith Johnson 
♦Karen Ruth Kinder 
Wendi Louise Kirkhart 

# Robert Alan Kittle 
Larry Robert Koch 
Elizabeth may Krack 
Pamela Jean Krueger 
Terry Dean Kunkel 
Carol June Kutz 
Dolores Diane Lara 
Dale Wayne Lee 
Sharon Kaye Lewis 



Susan Elaine Livingston 

♦Lyn Audrey Long 
Patrick Scott Mahaffey 
Edgar Ralph Mallory, Jr. 

#Cynthia Rose Mary Malone 
Michael Ray Maloney 
Richard Lee Marcum 

♦Galen Chris Markley 
Gregory Francis May 
Jill Arlene McCollum 
Raymond Lee Mcintosh 
John Hugh McVey 

-Raymond Delton Meritt 

-Linda Penelope Metcalf 

♦William Charles Meysing 

-Janet Lee Miller 

Charles Allen Mitchell 
Hugo Esteban Moreira 
Randall Scot Moreland 

♦Donna Michelle Mossman 

Robert Eugene Nash 
^Billy Wilber Needham, Jr. 

♦Gary Gene Nickel 
Larry Wayne Nuckolls 
Eileen Marie Oberley 
Rodney Kim O'Donnell 
♦#)ohn Melvin Oliver 

#Billie Susan Patterson 
Gary Dean Paul 
♦# Susan Kaye Pharr 

James Edward Pierce, Jr. 
Perry Daniel Pittman 
Richard Dale Powell 
Treva June Rader 
Rhonda Jo Reed 
Marsha Louise Reeser 
Katheryn Anne Regnier 
Lloyd Elvin Ross, Jr. 
Roy Dan Ross 

♦Keith Duane Salmans 



#Lila Jane Rohr 

Frederick Louis Schoeppel 

Alfredo Solorio 
#Michael Gwin Thomas 

William Wining Webster, J 

Clarence Murl Weeks 
#Debra Lynn Wilber 
# Robert Keith Wyatt 



Patricia Ann Sanders 
Randy Gene Schmidt 
Patricia Lynn Schmidt 
Marilyn Sue Schulze 
Gretchen Mary Schwalbacl 
Donald G. Sherrer 
Linda Kay Shipman 
Martha Louise Smith 

£ Donna Lynn Snellen 

# Lisa Snodgrass 
James Kevin Snook 
Mark Wayne Somerville 
Richard Allen Spring 
Christopher Steven Squires 
Lyle Randall Stanley 
Gary Clyde Starkel 

^Mary Louise Stebbins 
Orban Leon Stephens 
Arthur Ray Stirnaman 
Randy George Strothman 
Steven William Taylor 

# Gail AnneTennyson 
♦# Melinda Lou Thompson 
Terry Lynn Tomlin 
Mark Steven Uhland 

#Cheryl Eileen Van Cleave 
Victor Leroy Vogts 
Martha Anne Voth 
Boyd Charles Vratil 
Edgar Dean Wait 
Leslie Gerald Walker 
Gayle Sue Webb 
James Jos*h Weller 
Jerry Wayne Wills 
Bonnie Jan Wilson 
Rodney J. Windsor 
Lucius C. Woodard 
Larry Dale Wyant 



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Index 



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uruff, Matthew, 85 

UDAMS, E. F.,64 

dDAMS, FELIX E., 67 

vdelson, Carmen, 85 

\dkins, Carol, 85 

vdkins, Robert, 85 

fdbrecht, Keith, 25,74 

dexander, Leland, 41, 85 

dexander, Rosetta, 74 

dlen, Cynthia, 85 

dlen, Lyndell, 74 

dlen, Russell, 85, 99 

dlen, Sandra, 74 
Ithouse, Terry, 99 

wnmann, George, 85 

mcell, Kevin, 85 

mderson, Cynthia, 74 

ANDERSON, JOHN R., 67 

mderson, Joyce, 41, 85 

^NDERSON, LEOTA,69 

mderson, Michael, 85, 86 

iNDERSON, ROBERT D, 67 

mdrews, Drucilla, 31, 74 
ngulo, Thomas E., 41, 74 
pplegate, Calvin, 41, 53, 85 

ipplegate, Orella, 85 
RBOGAST, BURL, 67 
rensberg, Jerome, 74 

irnett, John L., 74 

vRNOLD, GENER., 57, 67 
mold, Stephen, 85 

vrtz, Beryl E., 25, 85 
rtz, Deejay, 74 

isher, Gary, 74 
shley, Philip, 19, 98, 99 
smann, Bradley K., 99 

iUstin, Kim, 74 

•vers, Vicky, 41, 74 

.yers, Charles, 41,85 

.yers, Joe, 41, 53, 85 

yres, Timothy, 74 



— B — 



Jaber, Miriam, 27, 46, 85 
(Jachman, Robert, 57, 74 
!$acon, Janet L., 85 
3adway, Mary Ann, 85 
JAHR, JANET E., 31,67 
5aker, Roger, 74 
Jaker, Steven, 85 
Ball, Dale, 85 
Jail, Daytha, 19, 85 
Jail, Faye, 74 
Jail, Gary, 99 
ialtzley, Curtis, 24,74 
Janister, Pamela, 48, 74 
iJankey, Bill, 85 
Jarber, Rebecca, 85 
iiarth, Jolene, 99 
Jartling, Christine, 74 
3aumann, Brenda, 41, 49, 85 
Jaxter, Cynthia, 75 
ieach, Connie, 99 



Beal, Steven 0.,75 
Becker. Wayne, 84 
Beeler, Ardithe, 85 
Beeler, Ron, 53, 85 
Beeton, Kathleen, 31,75 
Bell, Glen, 86 
Bell, Randall, 75 
Bell, Sheryl Ann, 85 
Bennett, David, 85 
Bennington, Cliff, 85 
Berndsen, Tim, 85 
Bever, Jeannette, 85 
BIDWELL, WILLIAM, 28, 29, 67 

Bigdeli, Mohammad, 99 

BIGGS, JOYCE, 67 

Biswell, Robert, 99 

Blackburn, Dwane, 85 

Blackwell, Lyndon, 75 

Blake, Kenneth, 85 

BLAND, VICTOR E., 70 

Blanding, Joni, 49, 85 

Blodgett, Michael, 41,53, 75 

Blosser, Neal,99 

Blyn,Sandford, 75 

Bogatay, Fred, 85 

Bohaman, Robert, 85 

Bohnert, Robert, 84 

Bollman, Victoria, 31, 75 

Bond, Susan, 88 

Bonnell, Gayla, 43, 46, 75 

Bonnell, Karen, 45, 46 

Bortnik, James, 55, 75 

Bottorff, Randall M., 88 

Bowen, David, 41,88 

Bowman, Kenneth, 75 

Boyce, William, 75 

Boynton, Larry, 85 

Bozone, Patricia, 88 

Bradley, Marcia, 75 

Bradley, Shirley, 88 

Braman, Gail, 18 

Brammer, William, 88 

Branch, Ouida, 75 

BRANDNER, PATRICIA, 27, 43, 67 

Breen, Vickie, 88 

Brenner, Jerry, 88 

Brickley, Kay, 16,17, 88 

Bridgforth, Lawrence, 52. 88 

Briggs, Sharon, 88 

BRINKMEYER, L.J.,67 

Brison,Leah,49, 75 

Britton,Tessie, 25,88 

Brothers, Phillip, 75 

Brown, Kris, 88 

Brown, Leland, 75 

BROWN, MICHAEL CAPT., 14 

Brown, Rodney, 51, 88 

Brown, Roger, D., 12, 88 

Brown, William, 85 

Browning, Timothy, 36, 99 

Brownrigg, Debbie, 85 

Bryan, Steven Ray, 75 

Buchholz, Larry, 88 
BUCKNER, CAROLYN, 71 
Budke, Michelle, 99 
Buehne, Steven, 85 
Burger, Patricia, 25, 75 
Burhenn, Kala Ann, 72, 88 



Burns, Charlene, 75 
Burt, Kenneth W., 88 
Burton, Richard, 24,85 
Buskirk, Steven, 85 
Buss, Charles, C, 75 
Butts, Alta, 88 
Buxton, Sam A., 25, 75 



— C— 

Cahalen, Keith, 75 

Call, Michael, 75 

Calvin, Ronald, 88 

Camp, Jo, 88 

CAMPUS CRUSADE for CHRIST, 26 

Canfield, David, 75 

Cano, Ricardo, 85 

Cantu, Ronald, 88 

Carmack, Richard, 52 

Carothers, Robert, 75 

Carr, Richard, 41, 88 

Carroll, Jeff, 75 

Carthen, Eugene, 75 

Cash, George, 88 

Casto, Andre, 88 

Chamberlain, Jack, 85 

Chapman, Karen, 88 

Chavez, Mary E., 99 

Cherryholmes, John, 75 

CHISM, ROBERT H., 18, 46, 67 

Chisolm, Charles, 52, 54, 55, 75 

CHOENS, JOY, 20, 67 

Chrisman, Felisa, 88 

Christensen, Sherrill, 88 

Church, Joe, 99 

Church, Terry, 75 

Ciccel, Albert H., 88 

Cikanek, Terry, 75 

Claassen, Eldon, 75 

Clark, Craig, 25, 88 

Clark, Marsha, 75 

Clark, Ralph, 88 

Clark, Richard, 88 

Clark, Roxanne, 88 

Clay, Ronald C, 85 

CLEMENTS, HOWARD, 67 

Clements, Ha Mae, 75 

Clements, Sheryl, 49, 88 

CLEVELAND, JOHN, 72 

Clifton, John R., 52, 88 

Clopton, Barbara, 99 

Clymer, Sherry, 76 

Cobb, James, G., 17, 24, 76 

Cockrill, Alan, B.,88 

Cody, Lee, 8, 88 

Coffel,Vicki,41,76 

Coffman, Brent A., 51, 88 

Cogan, Marc, 88 

Cole, George, 99 

Coleman, George, 76 

Colhouer, Robert, 88 

Collins, Bernie, 76 

Collins, Vickie, 88 

Compton, Kevin, 41, 88 

Coney, Randolph, 86 

Cook, MarteD.,41,88 

Cook, Monte A., 41, 88 



Index 103 



Cool, Troy, 88 
Cooper, Bruce, 76 
Cooper, Gregory K., 88 
Copp, David, M., 51, 76 
Corey, David, 88 
COSTIN,GRACEA.,73 
Covel, Larry, 88 
Cowman, Leanna, 88 
Cox, Stanley S., 27,76 
Cox, Vickie, 88 

Crainer III, Herchel, 41, 60, 88 
Crandall, Melanie, 88 
Crawford, Lynne, 88 
Crawford, Steven, 89 
Cross, Barry, 60, 76 
Cross, Daniel Lee, 89 
Crowl, Gary M., 37, 53,89 
Cruzen, Roy, 89 
Cubbage, Frederic, 89 
Cullison, Patricia, 89 
CUMMINGS, SARA, 15, 70 
Cummins, Robert, 89 
CUMMINS, WILLIAM C, 66 
Curtis, Elizabeth, 89 
Cutsinger, Linsey, 76 



Duryea, Donald, 25, 89 



— D— 



DAILY, VICTORIA, 69 
Daniels, David, 89 
Daniels, William, 89 
Danler, Faye, 89 
Darnell, Jean Ann, 89 
DAUBER, DUANE, 72, 85 
Davis, Patsy, 99 
Davis, Steven, 52, 55,89 
DECA, 25 

De Leon, Arthur, 99 
Dellett, Kenneth, 89 
Dennis, Reid, 27,89 
Denny, Janice, 24, 76 
Denton, Teri, 76 
Dickey, Rodger, 41,89 
Dieckgrafe, James, 89 
Dillmon, Janet, 76 
Dimick, Steve, 76 
Diskin,Mark A.,57, 89 
Diver, Marcia, 89 
Doane, James, 99 
Dolezilek, Charles, 89 
Doll, Kent N., 27, 76 
Domann, Stan, 89 
Doornbos, Sharon, 89 
Doty, Donald E., 89 
Doty, Florine, 89 
DOTY, MARTHA, 67 
Dow, Dennis, 99 
Dowling, Catherine, 89 
Downing, Ronald, 27, 89 
Drake, Charles E., 76 
Drake, Jack, 35 
Drill, Michael, 88 
Droege, Robert W., 89 
Drouillard, Melanie, 31,89 
Dulin, Donna, 89 
Dullea, Kay, 85 
Duncan, DebraJ.,24, 89 
Duncan, Kathy, 26, 76 
Dunlap, Anita, 41, 89 
Durbin.Debra, 41,49, 89 



— E— 



Eakles, Rebecca, 76 
Eaton, Catherine, 85 
Eby, John, 76 
ECOLOGY CLUB, 27 
Edmiaston, Carol, 99 
Edmonston, Craig, 76 
Edwards, Patricia, 99 
Ek, Larry A., 53, 89 
Elder, Richard, 89 
Emig, Duane A., 76 
Engle, Paula L., 37,85 
Engles, Tim, 19,89 
English, Lyle, 76 
Enns, Charles, 60, 85 
Ensz, Daniel R.,89 
ENSZ, ROLAND, 33, 67 
Erdwien, Mary, 24, 37,89 
Erhardt, Craig, 76 
ERIKSON, DARREL L., 44, 67 
Erpelding, Mark, 53,89 
Erwin, Thomas, 99 
Eshom, Billie A.,76 
Evans, Forrest, 89 
Evans, Lisa, 49, 89 
Evans, Michael K., 30, 3l, 77 
EVANS, ROBERT E., 73 
Evans, Ronald, 77 
Ewart, Charles, 89 
Ewing, Mark, 51,89 



— F— 



Fagg, Michael, 25, 77 

Fambo, Jerry, 41 

Farnsworth, Carl, 77 

Farr, Joan, 89 

Favreau, Mary J., 31,89 

Fawbush, Donna, 26, 77 

Fechter, Daniel, 89 

Fenton, Patrick, 77 

Filener, William, 21,77 

Finey, Emma, 99 

Fink, Royal, 99 

Firebaugh, Lawrence, 89 

Firebaugh, Raymond, 77 

Fisher, Gery, 89 

Fitch, Michael, 89 

Fitzpatrick, Edward, 34, 77 

Fleming, Gick, 77 

Fleming, Susan, 41, 89 

Flowers, Theresa, 77 

Ford, Francis S., 34, 99 

Ford, VenessaD., 41,90 

Fowler, Richard, 77 

Fox, Debbie, 89 

Fox, Gregory, 85 

Frakes, Joni, 26,89 

France, Darylene, 41, 88, 89 

Frankie, Frederick, 41, 90 

Franklin, Luellen,90 

Fraser, David, 27,90 

Freeman, Debra, 41, 49, 77, 84, 85 

French, Junetta M., 41, 101 
French, Stephen, 25, 89 



Frey, Keith, 77, 84, 85 
Friesen, Lois, 77 
Fritzler, Dania, 24, 25,77 
FRITZLER, VIRGINIA, 71 
Fry, Colleen, 31, 90 
Fry, William, 41, 90 
Fulks, Jackie, 90 
FULLER, CHARLES, 27, 67 
Fullinwider, Janet, 77 
Fullinwider, Sharon, 24, 26, 90 
Fulton, Jill, 99 
Furusawa, Koichi, 44, 45, 99 



— G— 



Gagnon, Michael, 99 

Gale, Albert, 90 

Gale, Mark, E., 27, 77 

Gamez, Marcelo, 77 

Garcia, Renold,90 

Garrett, David W., 90 

Gaylord, Gary, 90 

Gaylord, Larry, 90 

Geckles, John T., 90 

Gibb, Jill, 90 

Gibson, Craig, 30, 31,77 

Gifford, James, 85 

Gilchrist, Gary, 90 

Gilchist, Larry, 77 

Gillies, Diane, 90 

Gilliland, Anthony, 99 

Gilliland, Donald, 8, 17, 20, 24, 31, 77 

Gilliland, Eylene, 90 

Gimple, Larry, 77 

Gladowski, Mary, 41, 90 

Glaesman, Vickie, 90 

Glaze, Steven, 51, 90 

Glenn, Mark, 77 

Glenn, Sandra S., 77 

Goin, Robert, 41,51,90 

Gomez, Samuel, 77 

GOOD, ARDEN L.,68 

Goodman, Linn, 99 

GOODWIN, MICHAEL H., 31, 69 

Goss, Patrick J., 90 

Gourley, Larry, 53, 90 

Grafton, George, 99 

Gragg, John, 77 

Graham, James, 77 

Graham, Mark G., 90 

GRANT, MARY JO, 68 

Grant, Randall E., 90 

Gray, Ronald, 90 

Greco, Phil, 52, 53, 77 

Green, Charles M., 90 

Green, Michael, 77 

Green, Ralph E., 77 

GREGORY, RICHARD, 68 

Grier, Dixie, 27, 41, 90 

Groff, Rock, 77 

Gronau, Robyn, 90 

Grove, Michial,90 

Grove, Rick, 52, 53, 54, 55, 90 

Guy, Richard A., 90 



H 



Hahn, Debra, 34, 90 



104 Index 



Hain, Melvin, 34, 35, 90 

HAiNES,LEONA WATKINS, 69 

Haines, Paul, 86 

Haines, Richard, 101 

Haines, Steven, 90 

Haines, Zita, 99 

Hale, Dennis, 53, 91 

Hall, David, 99 

Hall, Martha, 91 

Hall, Randy, 25, 85 

Hall, Roger, 77 

HALL, SUSAN I., 72 

Hall, Theodore, 91 

Hamant, Dana, 91 

Hamilton, Cynthia, 91 

Hamilton, David, 99 

Hamilton, Rusty, 53, 55, 77 

Hamlin, Connie, 85 

Hamlin, Gerald W., 91 

Hamm, David J.,91 

Hampton, Rodney, 56, 57, 77 

Hansen, Ray, 53, 91 

Hanson, Debbie L., 91 

Harber, Robert, 33, 91 

Harder, Gary, 35, 91 

Harlan, Don 91 

Harmon, Roger L., 91 

Harper, Clarence, 91 

HARRIS, CHARLES H., 66 

Harris, DebraC, 91 

Harris, Tom, 91 

Harstine, James, 91 

Haskell, Deborah, 77 

Haskin, Eric, 91 

Hatfield, Richard, 78 

Hauserman, Daniel, 91 

HAVEL, LYNN B., 18, 46, 68 

Hawk, Kit, 12, 13, 24, 41,91 

Hayes, Teresa, 49, 91 

Hays, Kevin R., 21,51,78 

Hays, Rich, 25 

Heitzenrater, Bill, 91 

Hemberger, Michael, 3, 41, 78 

Henderson, Gregory, 91 

Hendrickson, Mark 91 

Hendrickson, Marsha, 31, 99 

Henn, Anthony, 78 

Henn, Leslie Ann, 26, 91 

Henry, Don, 91 

Henschen, Susan, 31, 91 

Hentzen, Robert, 52, 78 

Herbert, Donald, 78 

Herndon, Ronald, 85 

Hershberger, Lisa, 7, 41, 78 

HERTEL, GERALD J., 68 

Hess, Woody, 99 

Heyward, Burgess, 8, 34, 52, 55, 78 

HIEBERT, CLYDE J., 15, 27,68 

Hiebert, Deborah, 85 

Hiebert, Gregory, 91 

Hiebert, Shelley, 91 

Hile, Dennis, 27 

Hill, Barney, 41,91 

Hill, Cindy S., 49, 85 

Hill, Madelon,91 

Hill, Randy, 9, 78 

Hill, Robert L., 36,91 

Hills, Norma, 91 

Hills, William, 91 

Hines, Walter, 10, 52, 53, 55, 78 

Hinther, Jeannine, 41, 91 

Hite, Debbie, 25, 91 



HITTLE, JAMES D., 64 

Hodgens, Jole, 99 

Hoffman, Raymond, 85 

HOLLADAY, MARCIA, 71 

Holliday, Janet K.,99 

Holmes, Debra A., 101 

Holmes, William R., 91 

Holsey, Ruth, 11, 78 

Hon, AdlaiJ.,91 

Hon, Sharie, 91 

Honey, Curtis, W., 91 

Hosier, Cathleen, 91 

Houser, James R., 53, 91 

Howard, Debbie, 91 

Howard, Wanda, 12,78 

Hoy, Richard, 91 

Hoyt, Leann,13, 26,27,78 

Hradecky, Majorie, 91 

Hubbard, Cathy, 14, 41,43, 78 

Hudson, Jenise, 15, 16, 24, 25, 78 

Huffman, Terry E., 37, 91 

Hughes, James 16, 78 

Hughes, Kay L., 99 

Hughey, Shirley, 31,91 

Hull, Michael, 99 

Hull, Stephen, 91 

Humig, Patrice, 91 

Humig, Shawn, 17, 78 

Hummel, Russell, 53, 91 

Humphrey, William, 41, 53, 91 

Hunt, Donald, 85 

Hurley, Kent, 99 

Huston, Leo, 85 

Hyle, Pamela, 19, 31,41,91 



— I— 



Ibarra, Ray, 41, 91 
Ingalls, Richard, 99 
Ingersoll, Steven, 91 
Inkanish, Tom, 18, 25,78 
Irving, Chester, 19, 78 
ISOM, OLIVER, 51,62, 82 



-J- 



Jack, Lyle, 92 

Jackson, Ann, 20, 78 

Jackson, Cora A., 99 

Jackson, Randall, 21,78 

Jackson, Sherrill, 31 

Jacobs, Cecil, 92 

Jacobs, Daniel, 22, 78 

Jacobs, Gary, 92 

Jacobs, Glenn, 23, 52, 54, 55, 78 

James, Barbara L., 92 

James, Bobetta, 92 

Jantz, Raymond, 99 

January, Leah, 17, 92 

Jaworsky, Gregory, 24, 78 

Jenkins, Michael, 25, 78 

Jensen, Phillip M., 92 

Jesser, Lonnie, 99 

Johnson, Anna May, 73 

Johnson, Doyle, 92 

Johnson, Gregory, 26, 56, 57, 58, 78 

Johnson, Joseph J., 92 



Johnson, Karen, 27, 30, 31, 78 
Johnson, Keith, 92 
Johnson, Michael E., 92 
Johnson, Sterling, 17, 32, 41, 92 
Johnson, Walter, 99 
Johnston, Gary, 92 
Johnston, Michael R., 99 
Jones, Chester, 92 
Jones, David, 92 
JONES, EDWARD R, 64 
Jones, Glen, 92 
Jones, Kenneth D., 92 
Jones, Lloyd, 92 
Jones, Polly Ann, 92 
Jones, Shirley, 31, 92 
Joyce, Gregory, 28, 78 



— K— 



KASSEBAUM, G. E.,64 
Kelly, Allen, 31,92, 99 
Kelly, Charlene, 16, 17,92 
Kelly, Forest, 99 
Kelly, Mike, 92 
KELLY, ROSIE, 70 
Kendel, Henry, 99 
Kessler, Terrance, 35, 99 
Kettterman, Terry, 92 
Kice, Joyce, 92 
Kinder, Karen, 78 
King, Louise, 78 
King, Vivian, 92 
Kirkhart, Wendi,78 
Kirschbaum, Marsha, 85 
Kittle, Robert, 78 
Klaassen, Vicki, 92 
Kling, Michael, 24, 78 
Knieling, Barbara, 27, 41, 92 
Knight, Clarence, 53,92 
Knoeppel, Eric D., 92 
Knoll, Shirley, 31,92 
Knott, Doris, 29 
Knox, Wayne, 92 
Koch, Larry R., 31,92,100 
Koester, Martha, 78 
KOHLS, EVERETT E, 68 
Kohls, William, 25, 78 
Korte, Rhonda, 41,92 
KRAUSE, GAYLE A.,15,68 
KRELLER, HERBERT J, 68 
Krueger, Glennda, 99 
Krueger, Pamela J., 79 
KUHLMANN, BLENDA, 37, 68 
Kunkel, Lisa, 92 
Kunkel, Terry, 79 
Kuntz, Curtis, 99 
Kurtz, Leonard, 92 



— L— 



Lackey, Debbie, 92 
Lacy, Gregory, 46, 92 
Lahar, Donald, 92 
La Londe, Steven, 92 
Lamb, Beth, 16, 19, 31,79 
Lane, Debra Kay, 31,92 
LANGE, ETHYL, 71 
Langley, Mark, 92 



Index 105 



Langley, Rebecca, 41, 92 

LANTERN STAFF, 28, 29 

Lara, Dolores, 79 

Lauer, Terrill, 79 

Laufer, Stephen, 92 

Lawless, Dona, 41, 92 

Lawless, Glenn R.,41,92 

Lawson, Randy L., 85 

LAY, JOHN K.,68 

Ledford, Michael, 98 

Lee, Wayne, 79 

Lee, Gary, 92 

Lee, Michael, 79 

Lehner, Bradford, 41, 92 

LEIMER, GLENN K.,66 

Lemasters, Mark, 41, 92 

Lent, Chris, 92 

Leonard, Larry, 79 

Leslie, Merle, 79 

Lewis, Randy, 100 

Lewis, Richard, 100 

Lewis, Teresa, 92 

Liggett, Sandra, 26,86 

Lincicome, Jayme, 92 

Lindenbaum, Regenia, 100 

Lingenfelter, Bruce, 92 

LINN, MICHAEL W., 14 

Linot, Michael, 92 

Liston, Cynthia, 41,93 

Liston, Sylvia, 41, 93 

Litchfield, Steve, 34, 35, 93, 100 

Little, Gregg, 41,93 

Little, Peggy, 93 

Livesay, Terri, 93 

Logan, Reta, 93 

Logan, Wallace, 56, 57, 59, 79 

LONDEEN, LEONA,73 

Long, Audrey, 24, 41, 79 

LONGFELLOW, DAVID, 68 

LONGFELLOW, SHIRLEY, 42, 68 

Lord, Daniel, 79 

Lore, Ben, 93 

Louis, Scott, 93 

Lowden, Barbara, 49, 79 

Lowden, Myrna, 79 

Lowe, Robert, 100 

Loyd, Ethyl, 100 

Lucas, Kathy, 26, 33,93 

Luper, Steve, 57, 93 

Luscombe, Sandra, 30, 31, 79 



— M— 



Macias, Antonio, 86 
Macy, Richard, 79 
Madison, James, 93 
Mahaffey, Patrick, 32, 79 
Mahannah, Marlin, 93 
Malone, Cynthia, 86 
MALONE, JEANETTE, 68 
Malone, Mark, 51,79 
Maloney, Michael, 79 
MANGELS, DONALD L., 68 
MANLEY, PAT, 69 
Mann, Molly, 20,48,93 
Manning, Christopher, 52, 55, 93 
Mar, Jacqueline, 41, 93 
Marceau, Daniel, 93 
MARCUM, A. DWIGHT, 72 
Markley, Galen, 52, 55, 79 



Marley, Richard, 93 

Marshall, David, 79 

Marshall, Randal, 93 

MARTENS, DENNIS, 69 

Martin, Allen, 93 

Martin, David, 93 

Martin, Debra, 48, 93 

Martin, Karla,93 

Martin, Nancy, 93 

Martindale, Lanette, 26, 93 

Maskrid, George, 93 

Mason, Charlotte, 18, 46, 93 

Mason, Sharon, 28, 93 

Mathews, Audie, 93 

Mathews, Donald, 52, 55, 79 

Mathiesen, Bob, 41,93 

Mauk, Kris, 100 

Maxwell, Phillip, 94 

May, Gregory, 41, 79 

MAYFIELD, JIM, 69 

Mayfield, Lawrence, 94 

McAbee, Tasha, 100 

McAllister, Bruce, 79 

McClanathan, David, 56, 57, 79 

McClayland, Marilyn, 94 

McCollum,Jill,86 

McCoy, Kathy, 44, 94 

McCoy, Marc, 94 

McCracken, Duane, 80 

McCreight, Larry, 100 

McCreight, Mary 86 

McDermit, Stephen, 53, 94 

McDonald, John, 94 

McDonald, Sue, 31,80 

McEachern, Geraldine, 94 

McEntire, Kenneth, 100 

McGhee, Tim, 80 

McHam, Karla,41,94 

Mcintosh, Ramona, 26, 80 

Mcintosh, Raylene, 100 

Mcintosh, Raymond, 27 

Mclntyre, Deborah, 94 

McKibban, William, 94 

McKINNEY, LEONARD J., 66 

McLaughlin, Marilyn, 94 

McLean, Gloria, 41, 94 

McNabb, Debra, 100 
McVey, Rex, 17, 19, 32, 94 
Melson, Shirley, 94 
Meritt, Raymond, 27, 80 
Merwin, Fairie, 31, 80 
Metcalf, Linda, 80 
METTLER, MARILYNN,66 
Metz, Bradley, 94 
Meyer, John, 53, 94 
Meyer, Keith, 100 
Meysing, William, 41, 80 
Michels, Steven, 94 
Miller, Janet, 46, 80 
Miller, Rod, 86 
Miller, Stanley, 94 
Miller, Travis, 94 
Mills, Lonnie, 80 
Minnick, Debra, 94 
Minnick, Henry, 72 
Mitchell, Clay, 100 
Mitchell, Larry, 86 
Mitchell, Phillip, 52, 55, 94 
Mitchell, Thomas, 94 
Mohler, Barry, 94 
Moore, Robert, 94 
Moore, Warren, 41, 94 



Moralez, Virgil, 27, 80 

Moreira, Hugo, 45, 80 

Moreland, Joseph, 29, 94 

Moreland, Randall, 86 

MORIARTY, NITA, 40, 70 

Mortazavi, Ramezan Amir, 44, 45, 94 

Moss, David, 53, 94 

Mossman, Donna (Mitzi), 17, 33, 42, 80, 

100 
Muncy, Steve, 80 
Murphy, Karen, 80 
Murphy, Marcia, 19, 41, 48, 94 
Murryjack, 80 



NASH, ELMO, 69 

Nash, Robert, 57, 80 

Nation, Robert, 94 

Naus, Steven, 94 

Neal, Donna, 94 

Nearhood, Brent, 21,80 

Needham, Billy, Jr., 80 

Neill, Janice, 24, 33, 41,94 

Neises, Michael, 100 

Nelson, Peggy, 73 

Newbury, William, 80 

Newland, Mark, 94 

Nickel, Gary, 80 

Norf lee, Gregory, 52, 54, 55, 57, 94 

Norrick, Edward, 80 

Norris, Teresa, 94 

Notz, Jacqueline, 26, 94 

Notz, Robert, 80 

Nuckolls, Larry, 80 



— O — 



Oaks, Terry, 80 
Oberley, Eileen, 86 
O'Brien, Eugene, 94 
O'Brien, Kathleen, 100 
O'Brien, Kathryn,94 
O'Donnell, Rodney, 80 
OFFICE EDUCATION CLUB, 26 
OGG, HERMAN, 69 
O'Hare, Joseph, 94 
OHL, JAMES, 69 
Olinger, Daniel, 51, 80 
Oliver, John, 16, 17, 32, 80 
Olmsted, Robin, 49, 94 
Olson, Karmellia, 33, 94 
Olson, Christine, 26,94 
Ott,Kent,94 



— P — 



Paige, Darrell,80 
Palmer, David, 94 
Pankratz, Debra, 94 
Paolini, German, 45, 94 
Parker, Gail, 46, 94 
Parker, Gerald, 80 
Parker, Michael, 94 
Parker, Ronald, 57,60,94 
Parnell, Dianne, 94 



106 Index 



Parrish, James, 94 
Parry, Gail, 70, 94 
Parsons, Cynda, 26, 49, 95 
PATTEN, DARRYLF., 19,69 
Patterson, Billie, 80 
Patterson, Leon, 95 
Patterson, Lewis, 95 
Patterson, Tracy, 95 
Patton, Teresa, 95 
Paul, Allen, 41, 95 
Paul, Gary, 80 
Payne, David, 80 
Payne, Thomas, 41,52, 95 
Peace, Barbara, 81 
Penner, Jan, 95 
Pennington, Brent, 52, 95 
Perez, Shirley, 95 
Pete, Paul, 100 
Peters, Dennis, 81 
Peters, James, 95 
Peters, Maria, 95 
Peterson, Ramona, 95 
PETTUS, WILFRED, 69 
Phares, Karla, 95 
Pharr, Susan, 81 
Pickard, Steven, 95 
Pickens, Ricky, 100 
Pierce, James, 81 
Pierce, Joseph, 95 
Pike, Randy, 95 
Pipkin, Bradley, 95 
Pittman, Perry, 51,81 
Plagmann, Scott, 95 
Plumley, Robert, 86 
Plummer, Jess, 27, 95 
Poe, Linda, 95 
Ponder, Victoria, 86 
Pope, Gary, 81 
Porter, Cheryl, 95 
Post, Richard, 95 
Pouncey, Duane, 95 
Pouncey, Timothy, 37, 76 
Powe, Ronald, 100 
Powell, Cindy, 41, 49, 95 
Prather, Linda, 95 
Prather, Phylana, 81 
Pringle, Steve, 25, 95 
PROHODSKY, BETTY, 69 
Pyles, John, 81 



— R — 



Rabe, James, 95 

Rachmanides, Pantelis (Paul), 86 

Racker, Walter, 100 

Rader, Randall, 100 

Rader, Treva, 81 

Rambo, Jerry, 81 

Randall, Stanley, 81 

Randall, Yvonne, 86 

Ratts, Judith, 100 

Reed, Cathy, 95 

Reed,Curley,81 

Reed, Kathy, 26,95 

Reeds, Rhonda, 81 

Reese, Donna, 81 

Regier, Linda, 95 

Regier, Sherry, 95 

Regnier, Kathy, 81 

Reid, Charles, 53, 95 



Reid,John,95 

Reinhart, John, 17, 28, 29, 81 

Reising, David, 41 

REMSBERG, DALE, 52, 53, 67, 69 

Repstine, Marvin, 95 

Reynolds, Shane, 95 

Rhodes, Guy, 100 

Rhyne, William, 86 

Rice, Lorene, 96 

Richard, Willie, 57, 96 

Richards, David, 100 

Richards, Vivian, 101 

RICHARDSON, HUGH, 70 

Rickerson, Brenda, 96 

Ridgway, Merle, 96 

Riggle, Timothy, 96 

Rinne, Fredrick, 81 

Roberts, Ruth, 96 

Robertson, Alan, 34, 96 

Robertson, Kathy, 101 

Rochat, Alan, 96 

Rohr, Elmer, 101 

Rohr, Lila 27, 81 

Rose, George, 101 

Ross, Judy, 42, 31,81 

Ross, Lloyd, 81 

Ross, Ray, 96 

Ross, Roy D., 17, 46, 82 

Ross, Scott, 82 

Roths, Sharon, 96 

Rouse, Betty, 96 

Rouse, Phillip, 86 

ROWE, MARIAN, 70 

Ruark,Cary, 101 

Ruark, Roger, 101 
Ruhl,Charla,101 
RUMSEY, EDNA, 73 
Russell, William, 96 
RUSSELL, W. PATRICK, 64 
Rutschman, Maria, 25, 96 
Ryan, Debra, 41,96 



Salmans, Keith, 82 
Salts, Richard, 82 
Samp, Criag, 101 
Sanders, Patricia, 46, 86 
Satterthwaite, Lisa 26, 96 
Saunders, Wayne, 96 
Scanlon, Peter, 96 
Schatz, Kenyon, 96 
Schiffelbein, Loretta, 41, 46, 96 
Schlesinger, Mark, 96 
Schmidt, Patricia, 27, 82 
Schmidt, Randy, 82 
Schnake, Elcia, 101 
Schoffstall, Phil, 57, 96 
SCHOTTEL, IVAN, 53, 69 
Schultz, Randy, 101 
Schulze, Marilyn, 82 
Schwalbach, Gretchen, 82 
Schwemmer, Nancy, 101 
Scott, Brett, 25 
Scott, Edward, 24, 27, 96 
Scott, John, 96 
Scritchfield, Michael, 96 
SEAGER, RONALD, 26, 69 
Sears, Mary, 26, 101 



Sears, Rick, 96 

Seeber, Alfreda, 82 

Seeber, Glen, 96 

Sefchick, Ken, 101 

Seward, Samuel, 96 

SEYMOUR, ROY, 72 

Shackelford, Carl, 101 

Shadkam, Forrokki, Hossin, 101 

Shaffer, Gary, 24,96 

SHAW, DOROTHY, 71 

Sheperd, Charles, 25,82 

SHIPLEY, CURTIS, 57, 69 

Shipman, Linda, 96, 101 

Shoemaker, Don, 82 

Shouse, Sheryl, 41,101 

Shryock, Michael, 96 

Sibley, Debra, 27,82 

Sidebottom, Timothy, 32, 96 

Siegrist, Donald, 82 

Silver, Michele, 96 

Simmons, Thomas, 96, 101 

Simonton, Kendall, 96 

Simpson, Steven, 19, 41, 96 

Singleton, Linda, 96 

Sinnes, Debra 41, 46, 96 

Skinner, Tommy, 41, 96 

Slabaugh, Michael, 101 

Sluss, Mary, 101 

Sluss, Sara, 86, 101 

Small, George, 96 

Smith, Alan, 96 

Smith, Betty, 96 

Smith, Eleanor, 96 

Smith, Jeanne, 96 

Smith, Katherine, 96 

Smith, Marjorie, 96 

Smith, Martha, 82 

Smith, Patricia, 82 

Smith, Peggy Diane, 96 

Smith, Peggy Jean, 96 

Smith, Terry, 96 

Smythe,Carl96 

Snell,John,96 

Snellen, Donna, 82 

Snodgrass, Lisa, 82 

Snook, James, 82 

Snyder, Bonnie, 96 

Snyder, Craig, 96 

Snyder, Kenneth, 82 

Sobba, Dale, 12,96 

Solis, Randy, 97 

Solorio, Alfredo, 83 

Somerville, Mark, 83 

Sommerhauser, Elaine, 27, 41, 97 

Sooter, David, 29, 83 

Spear, Rick, 97 

Spencer, Linda, 41, 97 

Spring, Richard, 83, 97 

Sproul, Terry, 83 

Squires, Christopher, 52, 54, 55, 83 

STAATS, ANN B., 71 

Staats, Deborah, 9, 19, 32,49 

Stahl, Eric, 97 

Stahl, Karen, 97 

Stanley, Randy, 86 

Stanton, Kenneth, 97 

Stareck, Debra, 97 

Starkel,Gary,83 

STEBBINS, MARY LOUISE, 83 

Steeby,Carol,41,44, 97 

Stees, Janan, 97 

Stephens, Orban,83 



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Stephens, Rex, 97 
Stewart, Julius, 51,83 
Stidham, Ronald, 83 
Stiles, Bradley, 97 
Stirnaman, Arthur, 41, 52, 55, 83 
Stokes, Jacqueline, 97 
Stolz, Mark, 97 
Storey, Janara, 97 
STRAIN, JUDY, 15, 24, 69 
Straughn, James, 101 
Stricklin, Deborah, 41, 97 
Strobel, Charles, 83 
Strobel, Daniel, 97 
Strobel, Floyd, 83 
Strothman, Randy, 83 
Strotkamp, Audie, 97 
Strunk, Brian, 52, 97 
STUDENT COUNCIL, 24 
Stueve, Phyllis, 97 
Sundgren, Joseph, 97 
Swain, Rocky, 83 
Swanson, Diane, 97 
Swift, Edward, 17, 19, 41,97 
SWIFT, GEORGE, 69, 102 



Usher, William, 98 



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Tackett, Gary, 97 

Talley, Michael, 97 

Tappehorn, Steve, 83 

Taylor, Billy, 86 

Taylor, Janet, 27,97 

Taylor, Robert, 97 

Taylor, Steven, 53, 55,83 

Tennyson, Gail, 26, 83 

Teter, Pauline, 101 

THEIS, PHILLIP H., 27,69 

Thomas, Michael, 83 

THOMPSON, JO, 15, 71 

Thompson, Melinda, 16, 17, 83 

Thompson, Ronnie, 56, 57, 58, 59, 83 

Thorne, Frank, 51,97 

Thornton, Suzanne, 49, 97 

Tibbetts, Deborah, 86 

Tillotson.Gavle,97 

TISCH, HERMAN, 72 

Titterington, Benny, 97 

TOBUREN, DON, 15, 69 

Toevs, James, 57, 97 

TOEWS, MERLE, 69 

Tomlin, Terry, 83 

Torkelson, Phillip, 98 

Towles, Randolph, 53, 98 

TRENT, BILL, 70 

Trombla, Richard, 86 

Trotter, Clara, 101 

Troutman, Darrell, 101 

Turner, Bette, 83 

Turner, Elida, 101 

Tyson, Deborah, 98 



— U— 



Uhland, Mark, 41, 83 
Uhlenhop, Gail, 41, 98 
Uhlhorn, Howard, 31,83 
UNGER, RALPH W.,64 
Unruh, Richard, 101 



— V— 



Valentine, Carlene, 12, 24, 48, 83 

Valentine, Steven, 98 

Van Arsdale, Dennis, 98 

Van Buren, Rickey, 98, 101 

Vance, Grant, 24, 28,83 

Vance, Pamela, 32, 83 

Van Cleave, Cheryl, 26, 27, 83 

Vazirian, Mohammad Raza, 98 

Vazirian, Nasser, 46, 101 

Voegeli, Mary, 41,98 

Voegeli, George, 52, 53, 54, 55, 83 

Vogt, Brian, 101 

Vogts, Victor, 83 

Vonfeldt, Neil, 101 

Voth,Christa,98 

Voth, Martha, 41, 86 



— w— 



Waggoner, Dennis, 101 

Waggoner, Yvonne, 31 

Waggy, Billie, 19, 32, 49, 98 

Wait, Edgar, 83 

WALBOURN, EDWIN J., 15, 24, 65 

Walford, Jerald,98 

Walford, Rodney, 98 

Walker, Martha, 98 

Walno, Gregory, 98 

WALTMAN, MARIE, 43, 70 

Waltman, Sherri, 98 

Ward, Michael, 98 

Ward, Roger, 83 

Warner, Don, 98 

Wartick, Gary, 51,98 

Washington, Katherine,83 

Wasinger, Steven, 98 
Watkins, Nikke, 61,98 
Watson, Joseph, 98 
Watson, Sharon, 83 
Watt, Jennie, 41, 98 
Watts, Karen, 16, 17, 32, 98 
Waugh, Sheila, 101 
Weaver, Douglas, 41, 98 
Webb, David, 98 
WEBB, FRED, 43, 69 
Webb, Gayle, 86 
Webb, Russell, 101 
Weber, Mack, 25,98 
Webster, Tom, 86 
Webster, William, 98 
Weller, James Joe, 27, 84 
Weniger, Stuart, 101 
Werner, Michael, 52, 54, 55, 84 
Wheat, David, 98 
Whisler, Diana, 98 
White, Danny, 101 
White, Douglass, 84 
WHITESIDE, DONNA J., 73 
Whitmore, Kevin, 101 
WHITSON, ANITA, 69 
Whitson, Diana, 101 
Whitson, Randy, 98 
Wiebe, Randall, 98 
Wiggins, Antonio, 98 



Wiggins, James, 86 

Wilber, Debra, 84 

Willey, Carolyn, 101 

Willey, Leo, 101 

Williams, (Yazdanpanah) Cheryl, 9, 45, 

84 
Williams, Kevin, 84 
Williams, Kristy, 25 
Williams, Linda, 101 
Williamson, Stan, 86 
Wills, Jerry, 84 

Willson, Kandis, 9, 16, 17, 19, 84 
WILSON, RONALD, 66 
Wilson, William 98 
Wimbley, Jannifer, 36, 41, 98 
Windsor, Rodney, 84 
Wining, Richard, 98 
WISCHROPP, THEODORE W., 33, 69 
Wise, Randall, 98 
Wohletz, Leo, 98 
Worrell, Dent, 84 
Wright, Debra, 98 
Wright, Mary, 98 
Wyatt, Robert, 84 
Wyman, Franklin, 98 



— Y— 



Yanda, Solon, 86 

Yazdanpanah, Haghighi, (Zee), Zarir, 

45,98 
Young, Paula, 84 
Young, Rebecca, 98 
Ysidro, Edwina, 12,98 



— Z— 



Zacharias, Ned, 86 
Zlab, Claire, 31,101 
Zlab, Randi, 31,84 
Zogelman, Carol, 98 
ZUERCHER, DENNIS, 72 



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